Write 5 pages thesis on the topic office of the federal contract compliance programs.
The most difficult management challenge faced by OFCCP is to provide compliance assistance to OFCCP clients. These clients may include employers, workers, job seekers, wage earners, and retired individuals. Some of the major ethical challenges include the objective assessment of the compliance, judicious application of legislative clauses in case of a conflict, denial of legitimate access to information, delay in provisioning of assistance to a victim, neglecting discrimination, etc. The OFCCP is assisting the Department of Labor (DOL) like three other major programs Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, Office of Labor-Management Standards, Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs, and the Wage and Hour Division to address the diverse employment, compensation, and labor issues. Assessed on Porter’s framework OFCCP competitive advantage was found satisfactory based on the services offered to the society and the level of its performance as compared to other services providers in the market.
Purpose and Mission of the organization
. . . . . . . . . . . Businesses registered with the federal government have a contractual binding to ensure compliance with government resolve to provide equal opportunities of employment to all job seekers and wage earners.  .The purpose of the Office of the Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) is to ensure that businesses are fulfilling the contractual requirements with Federal Government. OFCCP may also assist businesses for compliance through a variety of steps that may include technical assistance, compliance evaluations, reconciliations, monitoring, and assistance in the recruitment of skilled and qualified workers. Moreover, OFCCP will ensure enforcement of law in case of contract violation and will provide relief to victims. (DOL, 2011)
.The most difficult management challenge is to provide compliance assistance to OFCCP clients. These clients may include employers, workers, job seekers, wage earners, and retired individuals. .