Aronson is thrilled to announce the release of our Service Contract Labor Standards (SCLS) Administration Guide.
SCLS, formerly known as the McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act (SCA), has presented challenges to federal contractors since its initial codification in 1965. For decades, we have helped contractors navigate all facets of the compliance landscape.
SCLS reaches into several functional areas, each one having its own role and need for understanding in compliance. Your company’s understanding of SCLS cannot reside in a single individual. Aronson and Helios HR developed a comprehensive, easy-to-follow SCLS compliance guide (.pdf format) that can be customized and established as a living, breathing document for use within your organization. This incredible resource lays out the path to compliance including the organizational roles and responsibilities of different functional areas. Whether you are competing for the award, just won a new contract, or want to review what you are currently managing, the Service Contract Labor Standards Administration Guide is your key to SCLS administration and compliance.
Take our short quiz to measure your current understanding of SCLS and determine if you could benefit from the guidance our guide provides. – “Test Your Service Contract Labor Standards Knowledge” handout.
Our comprehensive, easy-to-follow guide lays out the requirements in simple, straightforward language, and provides a roadmap to compliance. We wanted to share a few exclusive sneak peaks into our guide that will help you gain the full picture of its contents.
- Table of Contents
- Organizational Roles & Responsibilities Excerpt
- Mapping to SCLS Labor Categories Excerpt
- Conceivable Benefit Plan Structures Excerpt
- ACA Implications/Opt-Out Requirements Excerpt
This guide is just one of the ways we can support your SCLS needs. Contact Hope Lane at 301.231.6200 today to learn more about this insightful resource or to discuss the specifics of your compliance challenges and how Aronson can be a resource to you.