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Federal Contractors and Veterans

Discrimination in the workplace, especially in terms of hiring, can span across race, gender, disabilities, or religious or cultural beliefs. However, discrimination can also take place against veterans and disabled...

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Who Needs a Written Affirmative Action Plan?

In general, employers who conduct business with the federal government need to develop an affirmative action plan. There are other circumstances where employers develop AAP plans outside of federal contractors....

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The Role of Intersectionality in Recruitment and Hiring

Lately, intersectionality has been generating quite the buzz in HR. Increasingly, employers are enhancing their workforce diversity and inclusion initiatives by focusing on the intersectional perspectives and experiences of their...

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Mergers & Acquisitions: How They Impact Employees

Mergers and acquisitions are common in today’s global marketplace. They are a way for companies to acquire technologies or products, improve profits and productivity, while reducing overall expenses. They may...

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Using Social Media for Recruiting

Using the internet to recruit is one of the most cost-effective, targeted ways to source a vast pool of talent. If you haven't done so already, your online recruiting plan...

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Darden Factors: Who is Included in My Affirmative Action Plan?

By Alexis Seibert, Berkshire Associates Many federal contractors who are developing their first-year affirmative action plan (AAP) often have the same question: who should be included in my AAP? The...

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Company Branding and Your Diversity Initiatives

Most, if not all businesses require a fresh diversity strategy to attract a workforce that accurately represents the rich, diverse population in the United States. Not only is diversity great...

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Ferguson: Why We Still Need Affirmative Action

Related article: 4 Ways to Make the Affirmative Action Planning Process Easier A. Civil rights unrest flashback: For many, the uproar over the Ferguson police response to protests in the...

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Addressing Mental Health Concerns as a Workplace Disability

According to the National Institute on Mental Health, 19 percent of American adults experience mental health conditions each year, such as depression, anxiety disorders (e.g. post-traumatic stress disorder), and bi-polar...

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