Federal contractors are required to state in all solicitations or advertisements for employees their status as an equal opportunity employer and that all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to their status as a member of a protected group. The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) provided a sample tagline that you could use in its E.O. 13672 Frequently Asked Questions that states the following: “Equal Opportunity Employer – minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity.” There is no requirement to include language regarding reasonable accommodations or your phone number within the EEO tagline itself. However, federal contractors are obligated to include information, somewhere in your job posting, regarding how a person with a disability can request an accommodation to complete the application process if that is needed. Notice of how to obtain reasonable accommodations should be provided by the contractor via its online system, as well as on its paper applications and job announcements. Ideally, such notices should be prominently displayed, and included at the beginning of the online application process. At a minimum, these notices should contain the name of the person to contact, and the process for requesting an accommodation.
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