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  Labor Force Data for Affirmative Action Plans - State of Connecticut Last Updated: May 14, 2014
Connecticut Labor Force Data for Affirmative Action Plans provides quarterly labor force information for Connecticut and its nine labor market areas (LMAs). The data presented are designed to meet the requirements of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance (OFCCP) and/or the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO) for companies, State agencies, and municipalities that submit an Affirmative Action Plan. Includes statewide and labor market area estimates of total labor force, unemployment rates, and unemployed women and minorities. Information on the broad occupational skills of women and minority job seekers registered with the CTWorks Career Centers can also be found here.

Labor Force Data for Affirmative Action Plans - Current Version   - Files are available in PDF and Excel format.

1Q 2014 CT Labor Force Data for Affirmative Action Plan

Archived Labor Force Data for Affirmative Action Plans  - Files are available in PDF and Excel format.

Archived Labor Force Data for Affirmative Action Plans  - Files are available in PDF format only.

Other Miscellaneous Information Related to the Affirmative Action Plan

If you are completing an Affirmative Action Plan for a private company and you require regulations/guidelines to assist you in setting up your plan, please contact OFCCP at (860) 240-4277. If you are completing an Affirmative Action Plan for a State agency, municipality, or any political subdivision, and you require regulations/guidelines for setting up your plan, please contact the CHRO, Office of Diversity Programs at (860) 541-3400 or visit their contract compliance website. To order Equal Employment Opportunity posters at no charge, contact either the OFCCP, or the CHRO at the numbers listed above. If you need a listing of minority/female owned businesses, visit the Department of Administrative Services, Supplier Diversity Program's website.

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