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Circa AAP by Affirmity

100% Technically Compliant, Audit-Ready AAPs

Preparing your affirmative action plan manually costs time and money.

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For a federal contractor with fewer than 5,000 employees, generating a compliant Affirmative Action Plan (AAP) can be cumbersome and time-consuming. According to the OFCCP, it takes an average of 193.6 labor hours – approx. $7,830.00 annualized cost burden for companies to develop, maintain, and perform annual updates on their AAPs.

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Simplify Your AAP Process

Circa AAP by Affirmity’s web-based AAP software simplifies development by automating the process. Easy-to-follow workflows help your compliance team define weighting scenarios, availability sources, statistical tests, incumbency versus availability measures, and placement goals.

  • Ensure audit readiness with a comprehensive, compliant report
  • Increase the agility of your HR team by allowing multiple users to work simultaneously
  • Reduce the burden on your HRIS team by delivering a secure, robust SaaS platform
  • Gain even greater efficiency with tools for EEO-1 and VETS 4212 reporting

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“Preparing Your AAP Manually?” See How Much it’s Costing You

Results may vary and may not be exact. Calculation above based on OFCCP research that shows it takes an average of 193.6 hours for companies of less than 501 employees to develop, maintain, and perform annual updates on their AAPs, with an annual cost burden of $7,830. For employers with more than 501 employees, the research shows these numbers jump to 396 hours and $15,150 respectively.
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