Publisher: America's Job Exchange

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Federal Contractors and Subcontractors come in all shapes in sizes. Small to Medium sized businesses are frequently overwhelmed by all the paperwork and seismic shifts in requirements. While larger businesses who have been audited by the Office of Federal Contractor Compliance Programs (OFCCP), know very well how critical it is to continuously review their employment and compensation data while leveraging their consultants to ensure they are in compliance and very aware of any red-flags that would induce an on-site audit or conciliation agreement. The conclusion being that no matter what size your business is, every contractor needs compliance support.