As federal rules and regulations change and administrations come and go, Molly is always ready to explain what these changes mean to her clients. Her understanding of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) means avoiding potential affected-class findings with the agency. Molly views her practice as a chance to help government contractor clients understand if and when they are subject to ever-changing EEO laws, rules, and regulations and updates.
When you work with Molly, you’ll receive strategic advice on coverage, coaching to create sound recruiting and applicant tracking practices, and help with drafting annual affirmative action plan updates. Because she provides such a strong foundation, her repeat business is immense, and that creates deep bonds between Molly and her clients. Supporting the idea of cost-benefit analysis is important, after all each year can be a unique experience, even for a long-time client.
Her compassion and desire to problem-solve has led her to serve on the board for a crisis pregnancy center where she engages in hot-button issues for women such as healthcare, parenting, education, and employment. Often these topics are difficult to discuss, and Molly believes having the opportunity to share diverse points of view is what makes each of us truly human.