The Voluntary Self-Identification Form CC-305 for Sage HRMS HR Actions provides Form CC-305 as a web-based form through Sage HRMS HR Actions available over the web to any employee or contractor in Sage HRMS.
Under Section 503 regulations finalized in 2013 by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), federal contractors and subcontractors are required to extend three separate invitations to applicants or employees to optionally self-identify their disability status:
Pre-Offer: All applicants must be offered an invitation to self-identify as individuals with a disability whenever the applicant “applies or is considered for employment.”
Post-Offer: After the offer of employment, as the applicant begins job duties, contractors must extend another invitation to voluntarily self-identify as an individual with a disability.
Existing Employees: All federal Contractors must invite all current employees to voluntarily self-identify as an individual with a disability at least once every 5 years using the language prescribed by the OFCCP in new form CC-305.
Sage HRMS Alerts and Workflow can be used to automatically send email reminders for voluntary completion of Form CC-305.
Federal contractors and subcontractors much reach out to, hire, and provide equal opportunity to qualified people with disabilities. Voluntary completion of Form CC-305 helps organizations measure how well they are doing towards that goal. This add-on to Sage HRMS HR Actions simplifies the distribution and collection of Form CC-305.
You can use with Sage HRMS Payroll or import the form using payroll data in CSV format.
For New Hires
Once an individual is in Sage HRMS, even if their start date is in the future, they can access Sage HRMS HR Actions forms over the web. Form CC-305 can be included as part of the onboarding process to satisfy the “Post-Offer” requirement of the regulation.
For Existing Employees
Because a person may become disabled at any time, organizations are required to ask all employees to update their information every five years to comply with the “Existing Employees” requirement of the regulation.