Although certain laws such as the prohibition of discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or status as an individual with a disability or protected veteran are often complied with solely based on the ethical values of the organization, certain requirements, such as recordkeeping, can unintentionally fall between the cracks. Instances of non-compliance with EEO laws puts the organization’s status as a Federal contractor at risk. This could potentially result in a loss of Federal contracts. The following Department of Labor link provides numerous resources, such as compliance assistance materials, recordkeeping requirements and applicable laws and regulations, that not-for-profits are required to follow in order to keep their Federal contractor status: http://www.dol.gov/compliance/topics/hiring-eeo-contractors.htm#recordkeeping.
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