Diversity is a common topic these days, both in and outside of the corporate walls. It can take many forms, including discussions on employee retention, boards of directors and leadership teams, or targeted recruiting and outreach.
Training your staff is essential to safeguarding against unlawful employment practices. Simply put, informed managers and supervisors make better decisions. E-learning offers the convenience of learning remotely, plus it offers the ability to track and monitor training.
Welcome to OutSolve's Recruiter Affirmative Action Compliance Q&A page. The questions below are from OutSolve's recruiter compliance webinars where over 400 HR professionals were in attendance. Our OutSolve experts, Beth Montgomery and Carolyn Bensel provided the answers below. Be sure to also...
Reductions in Force, also called layoffs, downsizing, or some other employer action to select employees for separation occur frequently during recessions, difficult business conditions, or other circumstances.
Pay equity is a growing concern for all companies. However, the methods used for proper analysis need to adapt to the size of the organization. Small to mid-size organizations may need a different approach than big corporations. Read more here.
No two industries are exactly alike which makes Affirmative Action compliance all the more challenging. Healthcare is a perfect example of a unique industry where managing Affirmative Action is no simple task. Read this article to learn from an expert.