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Reaffirmation of Affirmative Action Policy Statement

Gina C. - Apr 11, 2017
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Are we required as a Federal Contractor to post the Reaffirmation of Affirmative Action Policy Statement along with the signed copy of the EEO/AA Policy Statement? It seems that it would be redundant, if doing so, since it shares the same sentiment. I’m not understanding the purpose of the Reaffirmation one and if it’s an optional thing to do on our part or is it required. I can’t seem to find anything out on the OFCCP website regarding this, so if you can kindly shed some light on this subject, it would be much appreciated. Thank you!

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