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Products & Services Human Resources Employee Staffing and Performance Measures

Fostering Workforce Diversity and Compliance with Federal Hiring Regulations

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Pages/Slides: 13


Published: Pre-2014


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Study Overview

Leading staffing organizations employ a wide array of proactive policies and process steps to meet federal diversity requirements. This includes how diversity programs are staffed and structured, how applicant tracking systems are managed and what policies and systems prevent hiring managers from steering offers to individuals they have identified outside of the requisition and formal talent assessment process. This 13-page document details how staffing managers can achieve these goals and ensure compliance with federal hiring regulations.

Key Topics

  • Communicating Diversity Policies and Programs
  • Documenting and Enforcing Compliance
  • Building a Diverse Candidate Pool

Sample Best Practices
1. Designate one manager to oversee all diversity-related policies, activities and enforcement.
- By funneling all of these responsibilities into one manager’s direct supervision, one benchmark partner has focused compliance with a complex set of federal requirements into a single flowline of strategy, policy, enforcement and education.
2. Share affirmative action plans with recruiters to improve workforce diversity.
- One company's affirmative action plans are clearly communicated to its recruiters through intranet management websites. As a result, recruiters are constantly aware of workplace dynamics in terms of diversity.
3. Use leadership development programs to communicate diversity policies and initiatives.
- Another company uses leadership programs to help promote high-performing individuals who will also help the company meet its internal diversity goals for management positions.

Methodology
This document was created from a Best Practices, LLC consulting project.

Industries Profiled:
Financial Services; Insurance; Pharmaceutical; Computer Software; High Tech; Telecommunications; Biotech; Health Care; Energy; Aerospace; Defense; Computer Hardware; Utilities; Service; Manufacturing; Banking; Government; Chemical; Consumer Products; Electronics


Companies Profiled:
Allstate Insurance Company; Sanofi-aventis; JP Morgan Chase; Sun Microsystems; Verizon; QUALCOMM; Pfizer; Peoples Energy Corporation; Raytheon; Novartis; Northrop Grumman; NCR; Microsoft; Public Service Enterprise Group; Electronic Arts; Lockheed Martin; EG&G; Honeywell; Computer Sciences Corporation; Federal Reserve Board; Cardinal Health; Entergy; Cisco Systems; BASF Corporation; Blue Cross and Blue Shield; BAE Systems; Amgen; Chiquita Brands International; CACI; Autodesk; Inc.; Arrow Electronics; Applied Materials

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