Minneapolis, MN business litigation attorney, Ryan Olson, talks about the penalties for non-compliance in Affirmative Action.
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The penlights for noncompliance vary depending on the violations or violation that’s found. It can be anything from just an additional review period where you’re having to provide additional reports that you wouldn’t otherwise have to provide to the OFCCP for instance. It can go from that in the spectrum all the way to a debarment so that you’re no longer allowed to receive or enter into federal contracts or state contracts to cancellation or suspension of a contract. And somewhere in between there is also the ability where you may have to provide, make a relief to certainly any discrimination victims that are determined to exist as a result of an AUT.