Monitor company contracts to determine affirmative action requirements.
What does an Equal Opportunity Officer do?
Monitors company contracts to determine affirmative action requirements and facilitate compliance: Reviews contracts to determine company actions required to meet equal opportunity provisions of local, state, or federal laws. Studies equal opportunity complaints to clarify issues, and meets with personnel involved to arbitrate and settle disputes. Confers with supervisory personnel to verify or document alleged violations of law, such as failure to post notices, process grievances, or correct ethnic or other imbalances. Prepares report of findings and makes recommendations for corrective action. Participates with MANAGER, PERSONNEL 166.117-018 in addressing and resolving issues involving company hiring and related personnel policies.