Redstone Government Consulting, Inc., Radiance Technologies, Inc., & Warren Averett are sponsoring a CFO Roundtable for Government Contractors.
All Government Contractor CFO’s or Controllers are invited to participate. The CFO Roundtable is free to attend. All participants will be invited to share topics of interest and the group will be interactive.
Practical Challenges and Applications of the Contractor Vaccine Mandate
Jamie M. Brabston, Director/Senior Legal Consultant with Redstone Government Consulting (view bio) and David K Salters, Leader HR Solutions Group with Warren Averett (view bio) will lead the discussion and we anticipate a lively and informative interchange on this all-too-common issue.
This FREE CFO Roundtable session will offer attendees an overview of real life challenges contractors are facing as they implement the requirements of Executive Order 14042 Ensuring Adequate COVID Safety Protocols for Federal Contractors. Additionally, we will discuss the status of the OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard for employers with 100 or more employees and how this rule differs from the contractor mandate.
At the completion of presentation, participants will discuss:
- Identify the key requirements of the vaccine mandate
- Understand how to practically implement the requirements
- Understand how to address requests for accommodations
- Address requests from Contracting Officers to sign modifications related to the mandate
- How to attract and retain talent during the “Great Resignation”
- How will vaccine mandates impact the employment market
- What to expect in the 2022 labor market
During the presentation, your faculty will discuss:
- The requirements and timeline for implementation of the vaccine mandates
- How to address employees’ requests for accommodations related to the mandate
- Ways to address the recruiting challenges associated with the new requirements.
- She said from a subcontractor perspective – they were flowing it down and planned to only get validation or certification from their subcontractors that this was being implemented, but they were not going to do anything more in that regard. What is the expectation here?