Letter L-41: Closure Letter for Substantive Violations

(No Show Cause Notice Issued)
 

Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested AND Electronic Mail

 

[Name of Establishment/Construction Contractor CEO]

[Title of CEO]

[Establishment/Construction Contractor Name]

[Street Address]

[City, State, Zip Code]

 

Dear [insert name of CEO]:

 

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) recently completed a compliance evaluation of the equal employment opportunity policies and practices at your (insert as appropriate: establishment or construction work sites) in the (insert name of the geographic area).

Subject to the implementation of commitments detailed in our Conciliation Agreement dated (insert date), this office determined that no other apparent violations of the regulations that OFCCP enforces exist.  The Conciliation Agreement is effective as of the day it is signed by the regional director. If OFCCP takes no action to modify the Conciliation Agreement within the timeframe provided, the agreement is deemed approved.

This determination does not preclude a future determination of noncompliance based on a finding that the commitments in the Conciliation Agreement are insufficient to achieve compliance.

Sincerely,

(Name of regional director)

Regional Director

Enclosure

cc: [insert name of the corporate CEO]

[insert name of the designated representative]

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