Compliance - VETS-4212

Program Overview

The U.S. Department of Labor Veterans' Employment and Training service (VETS) and Office of Federal Contractor Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has supported affirmative actions to employ and advance in employment, "covered veterans" since 2008. As legislatively mandated under 38 U.S. Code, Section 4212, codified at 41 CFR Section 61-300, respectively, contractors and subcontractors who enter into, or modify a contract or subcontract with the federal government, and whose contract meets the criteria set forth in the above legislation/regulations, are required to report annually on their affirmative action efforts in employing veterans. VETS has a legislative requirement to collect, and make available to OFCCP, reported data contained on the VETS-4212 report for compliance enforcement.

Within Compliance > VETS-4212, you would complete all required fields and hit 'Save Information'

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Running the Report

Once the report has been configured, the report can be run by navigating to Reports > Employee > Compliance.

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  1. The VETS-4212 requires a 12-month reporting period. Select the Start & End date for the 12-month period you would like to report.
  2. Facility - Facilities do not play a role on the VETS-4212 report.
  3. Click Refresh Results, and select the PDF icon to view the report

The Report will check for the following configuration on the employee's demographics.

  • Employee Status: The report will include all Full Time and Part Time employees.

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  • EEO Class and Veteran check box: The EEO Class configuration will place the employee in the correct Job Category. The Veteran Check box will notify the system to review the Veteran Status.

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     The Veteran Status: This selection will place the employee in the correct Veteran Category.

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Maximum Number Results: The results for this box are gathered by the system by first checking the Pay Roll dates entered for the report. It will begin with the start date. From this date the system will look at the employee's status (it will only count Full Time and Part Time employees) and add them to a "total" batch. The system will do this for every single day used in the date fields. The number that will be placed in the Maximum number box will be the highest number of employees found on any single day from the date ranges used. 

Minimum Number Results: The results for this box are gathered by the system by first checking the Pay Roll dates entered for the report. It will begin with the start date. From this date the system will look at the employee's status (it will only count Full Time and Part Time employees) and add them to a "minimum'' batch. The system will do this for every single day used in the date fields. The number that will be placed in the Minimum number box will be lowest number of employees found on any single day from the date ranges used.

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