A leader of the firm’s Affirmative Action Compliance/OFCCP Defense practice group, Nancy Holt provides preventive employment law counseling and efficient litigation defense to a wide range of clients, with a focus on federal contractors, airlines and salons and spas.
Nancy has significant experience representing companies in OFCCP matters, preparing for OFCCP audits, and counseling employers on issues stemming from OFCCP regulations. She regularly works with corporate counsel, human resources executives and consultants to develop practical approaches to EEO and affirmative action compliance. Nancy personally oversees the development of hundreds of Affirmative Action Plans and EEO-1 and VETS-4212 reports for clients across the country annually. She has successfully defended employers in litigation matters, OFCCP audits, and EEOC and OFCCP complaint investigations.
Drawing on hiring, promotion and termination data, Nancy is able to effectively assist clients in designing and implementing affirmative action compliance procedures relating to recruitment, applicant tracking and dispositioning, compensation systems, and broader diversity and inclusion programs, including those targeting veterans and disabled persons.
Another substantial part of Nancy’s practice is representation of airline clients. Her experience includes grievance arbitrations, litigation and agency matters, such as AIR21 and FAA whistleblower complaints, and AAP’s.
Nancy counsels employers on a variety of issues, including employee terminations, drafting and negotiating employment and separation agreements, and Title VII, FMLA, FLSA, ADA and WARN Act compliance. She represents a significant number of salons and spas through a program she developed to provide critical employment law services in a cost-effective fashion. She enjoys conducting workplace training sessions on sexual harassment prevention, affirmative action and EEO obligations and LGBTQ law, policies and best practices for inclusion.
Nancy served as a judicial law clerk for the Chief Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court and is a proud Teach for America alum. Her motto has always been, “Do some good in law,” and she has a passion for helping people less fortunate. She enjoys running, cooking with her three daughters and taking her annual “mystery weekend” vacation with her best friends from Smith College.
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