The recent elections showed the demographics are changing in the United States. The workplace is also changing as companies now serve a more diverse population. Employers need to find effective ways to reach non-traditional candidates. The regulatory environment is also changing. The Department of Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has higher expectations for its contractors and subcontractors. OFCCP is now requiring outreach efforts that generate results, and OFCCP's ever-changing expectations are driven by a desire to provide "good jobs for everyone."
Whether a company is recruiting candidates to meet its internal diversity initiatives, or as part of its compliance efforts in an affirmative action plan, companies need to find tools that can help in the search for non-traditional candidates. Recruiters, compliance managers, and HR practitioners need to help management understand the importance of achieving diversity initiatives and affirmative action objectives.
Join the Local JobNetwork™ team and Bill Osterndorf, President of HR Analytical Services, as we explore the changing face of America as well as a changing regulatory environment. Whether you are an HR generalist, an affirmative action officer, recruiter, or hiring manager - this webinar is for you. The 1.5 hour session is approved for one HRCI credit toward recertification of PHR, SPHR, or GPHR credentials.
How to attend:
- Understanding Diversity
- Diversity, EEO, and Affirmative Action
- Recruiters and compliance specialists
- Changing Demographics
- What does America look like now and in the future?
- Building the business case for diversity
- Changing Regulatory Environment
- New initiatives from the OFCCP
- Building the regulatory case for diversity
- Meeting Diversity Objective
- Roles of recruiters and hiring managers
- Finding and using effective recruitment sources
- Measuring diversity efforts and presenting information to management
- Q & A (last 30 minutes)
To reserve your spot, click the Register Now button below. Once registered, you'll receive an email with instructions on how to connect to the webinar. The location of the webinar is at the comfort of your computer. All you need is an Internet connection and computer speakers or access to a telephone to hear the presenters. If you have questions, please contact us