Resources for Contractors and Subcontractors

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Employing and retaining women workers will make your company competitive on jobs with diversity goals. Whether you employ a tight group of workers as sub-contractor or manage many large crews as a GC/CM, the Finishing the Job Best Practices handbook has a checklist to guide you through the steps to find, and keep, qualified women workers.

The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs’ OFCCP Construction Technical Assistance Guide 2019 aids federal construction contractors in understanding their legal affirmative action obligations. The guide also provides best practices to “eliminate discrimination and achieve their equal employment opportunity goals.” Although aimed at federal contractors, the information is useful for any contractor or subcontractor that is undertaking to become more diverse and inclusive.