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Matthew Camardella Discusses Implications of the OFCCP Promoting FAAPs

  • September 5, 2019
  • From SHRM

Matthew Camardella discusses the implications of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs trying to persuade more federal contractors to use functional affirmative action programs, rather than traditional affirmative action programs in "Despite Improvements, Functional Affirmative Action Programs May Be Too Risky," published by SHRM.

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