Your Hiring policy Should Be Consistent and Clear

Hiring the right candidate can be a very difficult decision. For this reason, having a sound hiring policy can help your organization stay compliant while identifying the ideal candidate for the job. Everyone involved in the hiring process needs to be alerted to the policy and procedures included in hiring.  The hiring procedures must be outlined and followed as to avoid confusion, duplication, overlapping or overlooking a vital step.  Each company will probably have a unique hiring policy ...
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What is the Value of an Effective Affirmative Action Plan?

There is much value from a well developed and maintained Affirmative Action Plan. The Plan is a well organized depiction of the Company’s workforce. It is an easy way to assess and appraise job functions. Since an AAP forces HR personnel to examine all Job Titles making sure they are placed in appropriate Job Groupings which allow for easy job postings. Affirmative Action is a great hiring tool for it allows for the best qualified candidate to show up. The term casting the widest net possibl...
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Hiring Procedures: 7 Tips That Will Help Your Organization Ensure Affirmative Action Compliance

For most companies, hiring procedures cause issues, not only big ones with the US DOL, but also internal problems. First, most financial violations that the US Department of Labor Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) finds are in hiring. How does a company avoid these problems? The best way is training and checks to ensure everyone knows to be consistent with policies and procedures. But let’s back up a bit. Make sure that your company Policies and Procedures are updated, and...
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