2006 Workplace Diversity and Changes to the EEO-1 Process
Society for Human Resource Management, Sep 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 34 pages
Human resource managers' perspectives on company diversity are presented and interpreted in this report. Based on a survey of the most commonly used practices for recruiting and training diverse job candidates, the report also seeks to interpret future trends and analyze the overall impact of diversity on corporate cultures and bottom lines. Responses to questions about changes in the EEO-1 reporting form are incorporated into the discussion.
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0nly HR professionals 2006 Workplace Diversity 36 pages actual number addressed workplace diversity apparent themes asked this question avoid charges challenges Changing employment practices CHRO committed to diversity culture data are displayed Diversity and Changes diversity policies diversity practices diversity training EE0-1 Process Survey EEO-1 reporting form Employees are treated employees from organizations executing diversity efforts HR professionals indicated incentive pay Job Satisfaction Series June levels of employees margin of error multiple responses nonexecutive managerial-level employees number of employees number of respondents organizational organizations had diversity organizations had policies Overall pay or compensation place that addressed place were asked policies and practices policies or practices Poll Findings practices in place practices to avoid Process Survey Report professionals were asked professionals who indicated Report 40 pages required to submit response options provided responses were allowed SHRM 2006 Workplace SHRM members SHRM/CareerJournal.com sizes are based Source SPHR Survey Report 40 treated equally regardless workforce