How to Comply with Section 188 of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act: A Comprehensive Overview


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Date: AVAILABLE ON-DEMAND NOW!  State Equal Opportunity officers, and leadership of workforce investment boards have required this training of staff, partners, service providers, and contractors, stating it is “very relevant” and delivers “extremely useful guidance.”

Duration:  Approximately 52 minutes

Free Handouts Available for Download During the Webcast Are: The detailed PowerPoint presentation used during the webcast, a guidance paper on Equal Opportunity Officers and conflict of interest, sample “I speak” cards, and the PowerPoint presentation used during a Labor Department-hosted presentation on gender identity.

Webcast Description:

This webcast provides a wealth of information, guidance, and tips to help you ensure compliance with the nondiscrimination and equal opportunity provisions of Section 188 of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014 (WIOA) and related federal civil rights laws that apply to the administration, oversight, and delivery process for financially assisted programs and activities. In this webcast, we’ll cover a broad range of compliance issues, including taglines, assurances, Equal Opportunity officers (their selection and duties, and the recipients’ obligations in support of EO officers), serving persons with disabilities, serving LEP populations, differences between program complaints and discrimination complaints, harassment and hostile environment, and data collection, including requirements for the discrimination complaint log and storage of medical information.

Developed for: Whether you are a newly-appointed EO professional, or you are in need refresher training, this webcast is designed for state and local government EO officers, agency heads, legal advisors, contracting and procurement personnel, and other officials involved with issues of compliance with WIOA Section 188. Similarly, management and equal opportunity professionals for private companies and other organizations that contract with state and local governments to operate WIOA Title I-financially assisted programs and activities will find this webcast extremely useful and informative.


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