The inaugural Southeast Industry Liaison Group (SE ILG) Regional Conference is fast approaching, scheduled to take place June 6-8 at the Omni Hotel in Charlotte, North Carolina. America’s Job Exchange is proud to be a Gold Sponsor for the event, which is very nearly sold out!Attendee interest in the conference is not surprising given the strength of the agenda. Keynote speakers include Evelyn Teague, the OFCCP Southeast regional director, and Lucas Boyce, director of community relations, multicultural insights, and government affairs for the Orlando Magic. Sessions for the three days feature an abundance of OFCCP compliance-related topics: The Southeast District Director’s Panel to discuss employment trends and best practices for a compliance evaluation; Self-Assessment strategies for Recruiting Veterans, Disabled Americans, and Specialty Skilled Workers; and Planning for and Surviving an Audit in This New Regulatory Landscape, just to name a few.

For America’s Job Exchange, the SE ILG Conference represents a golden opportunity to meet one-on-one with clients and prospects in the Southeast region and discuss their OFCCP compliance challenges. Visit our booth if you’d like to discuss your particular challenges and find out how we can help, or just stop by and say hello. We have a special gift for anyone who stops by, and you can enter our drawing to win a new Apple iPad! The drawing will take place during the general sessions on Friday, June 8. If this sounds like an event you don’t want to miss, then you’d better hurry. Registration is almost full. Everyone on the America’s Job Exchange team is looking forward to seeing you.

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