Secrets of Affirmative Action Compliance

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The Management Advantage, Inc., 2003 - Business & Economics - 522 pages
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The leading reference on affirmative action compliance for federal goods and services contractors/subcontractors. Detailed how-to information on preparing affirmative action plans (AAPs) for minorities and women, disabled, and veterans. This edition also contains compliance information for federal construction contractors which are completely different from those for other federal vendors.Contains examples, citations to federal regulations and federal compliance manual, suggestions for management consideration and discussion of consequences.Everything you need to prepare your own written AAP if you already have the Census data you need. If you don't yet have Census data, we tell you how to get it.Used by thousands of employers around the country!
 

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Contents

Employment Affirmative Action Defined
10
Equal Opportunity The Foundation of Affirmative Action
17
Federal Contractor Compliance 20
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22
Understanding the Basics 9
33
Federal Reserve Banks 331 335
35
Chapter3 What Narrative Sections are required?
59
AAP for Veterans
60
Managing Compliance Evaluations
267
Focused review
271
FOIA 284 285 466
284
Glass Ceiling Reviews Corporate Management
293
The Future of Affirmative Action
313
Comparing EEO AA Diversity
325
Harassment 20 59 62 84 113 329
329
OFCCP Directives
331

Introduction to Analysis of Data for
121
Page
122
MinorityWomens
123
What Who is an Applicant?
132
What is a Promotion or Transfer?
140
Workforce Analysis Changes in regulations
149
Job Group Analysis Changes in regulations
167
Page
168
Examples from Sample Company
174
Blank Job Group Analysis Form for Your Use
181
Availability Analysis Changes in regulations
183
Chapters Comparison of Incumbency to Availability
223
Goals Changes in regulations
237
Job Area Acceptance Range Analysis JAAR
247
Impact Ratio Analysis IRA
257
Internet Recruiting
339
Equal Opportunity Survey Changes in regulations
345
Affirmative Action Programs for Construction
365
Appendix A Chart of State EEO Protected Categories
399
Harassment of employees 64 101 114
401
Appendix B Organizations and Recruiting Sources
407
EEO1 Form for the private sector employer
413
EEO4 Form for the public sector employer
425
Appendix E VETS 100 Form for all employers
437
Appendix F OFCCP and EEOC Offices
449
Appendix G Census Offices and State Data Centers
457
Appendix H Sample OFCCP Documents
465
Index
507
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William H. Truesdell is President and founder of The Management Advantage, Inc., a personnel management consulting firm. Prior to starting The Management Advantage, Truesdell spent more than 20 years in management with American Telephone and Telegraph in human resources and operations. He is an expert on the subjects of personnel practices, employee handbooks, equal opportunity, and performance management programs. Truesdell is the author of five self-published titles, including Secrets of Affirmative Action, Easy Employee Supervision, and Secrets of Investigating Discrimination. Truesdell is past president of the Northern California Employment Round Table, a liaison group for employers and the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing. He also served for five years on the National Workplace Diversity Committee within the Society for Human Resource Management. He is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the California State University at Fresno.

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