The Alabama Industry Liaison Group (ALILG) is the premier employer association in the state of Alabama for federal contractors and subcontractors committed to equal opportunity employment. We welcome you to join us!
The Alabama Industry Liaison Group (ALILG) was founded in August 2001 as a non-profit employer association based on the belief that improved and expanded communications between regulatory agencies and the Alabama federal contractor community would improve mutual understanding, foster greater voluntary compliance efforts and bolster equal employment opportunity.
True to that mission today, the ALILG promotes diversity, affirmative action and equal employment opportunity by working closely with the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and other related regulatory agencies to:
Provide regular learning opportunities on emerging regulatory compliance requirements and enforcement trends,
Provide a confidential forum for peer networking and discussion of compliance risks and strategies,
Advocate the viewpoints of ALILG members and constituents to promote mutual understanding with federal agencies, and
Help shape regulatory outcomes by providing formal feedback on proposed rules and regulations.
The Biden Administration’s Fast Start to Rescind Much of Trump’s Civil Rights Legacy and Slow Start To Inaugurate The Biden Civil Rights Agenda
Please join guest speakers John C. Fox of Fox Wang & Morgan P.C. and Candee J. Chambers, Executive Director of DirectEmployers in this interactive 90 minute Webinar conference. John and Candee will catalogue what OFCCP and the EEOC have accomplished to date since the transition from the Trump to the Biden Administration. John and Candee will also explain what has happened in the Senate behind the scenes since the Georgia Senate run-off elections and why the Biden Administration will not be passing a lot of new laws for at least the first two years of its Administration. This in turn will lead to an understanding of why the OFCCP is going to be the main channel for the Biden Civil Rights agenda as to employment, including what to expect when OFCCP emerges in May from its self-imposed period of self-introspection as Jenny Yang, the new OFCCP Director, plots a new course for OFCCP.
The Alabama Industry Liaison Group (ALILG) generally meets four times during the calendar year in Birmingham, Alabama. Our meeting venue is typically the Federal Reserve Bank located in Liberty Park just off I-459. (Visit our Contact Us page for the address, map and directions.)
The purpose of our meetings is to provide technical assistance learning and confidential forums for discussing issues of importance to our members. Our regular meetings and compliance seminars feature local, regional and national speakers who are experts in the field of federal contract compliance, including representatives of the OFCCP, EEOC and other regulatory administrative agencies, as well as attorneys and consultants.
To join our meetings, simply visit our Meetings and Events Calendar and click the appropriate links to register. We invite you to Join Our Contacts List on the Membership page to automatically receive our meeting announcements and registration links.