The equal opportunity survey is a report required by most contractors that do not fall into the construction field. The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, or OFCCP, sends the equal opportunity survey out to all contractors that meet certain criteria once every two years. The contractors are required to provide information about their applicants, promotions, terminations, hires, tenure, and compensation as it relates to race and gender. The purpose of the equal opportunity survey is to ensure that every contractor is in alignment with the equal employment opportunity laws. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission enforces these laws and disciplines organizations that are in violation.
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