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Added EEO Poster Required for Contractors

According to the National Law Review, federal contractors should be reminded that, in addition to posting the Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law poster -- federal contractors and subcontractors that may have entered into new or modified federal contracts on or after January 11, 2016, must also post the EEO is the Law Poster Supplement.

The poster and supplement are available in Arabic, Chinese, English, and Spanish.

These notices must also be provided in an accessible format for individuals with disabilities. The notices must be posted in the contractor's workplace in conspicuous areas where notices to employees and applicants are customarily posted.

If a contractor has an online application process, it must include the poster and supplement or a link to these notices in its online application materials.

The EEO is the Law poster was last updated in November of 2009, and since then there have been several updates to the federal affirmative action-related laws.

Therefore, the supplemental poster will be needed until the U.S. Department of Labor issues an updated poster.

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