All EEO Blog Blog Posts from 2017
What to Do If You’re a Victim, Employer, or Bystander
With the recent rash of sexual harassment allegations in Hollywood and elsewhere, there has been a renewed focus on what employers and employees can do to safeguard themselves from such situations. Now’s a good time to review your rights and wrongs so you can successfully navigate these situations, whether you are a victim, employer, or bystander. Read More
What Do Employers Forego When They Don’t Hire Persons With Disabilities?
Hidden Figures, the movie about black female mathematicians at NASA during the Space Race, sheds light on some grim facts that are more than a footnote to our nation’s history. Unfortunately, the vast potential of another large minority is still largely hidden to employers: persons with disabilities. Read More
EEOC Officials to Explain Reporting and Implementation Requirements
With a looming deadline just four months away, Federal EEO professionals face a tall task: Complying with updates to Section 501 of the Rehabilitation Act. MicroPact will help them tackle this challenge at the 15th Annual 462 Symposium on Sept. 25. Read More
Reasonable Accommodation, Work-Life Balance, and Anti-Harassment Strategies Address Top Federal EEO Challenges
Planning is well underway for MicroPact’s 15th Annual 462 Symposium for the federal human capital management and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) community, to be held on Sept. 25 at the Washington Marriott Metro Center. Read More
A Lot, Actually.
Recently two leaders from the U.S. Postal Service’s National EEO Investigative Services Office (NEEIOSO) took the stage at a Citizen Experience Summit hosted by Government Executive in Washington, DC. The NEEOISO story is a shining example of internal customer service and shared services delivery, in this case around EEO complaint investigations and reporting. Read More
Focus and Effort Yield Impressive Gains
An early adopter of MicroPact software, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has a well-deserved reputation for ensuring equity of opportunity for its employees. Yesterday the Federal Times published a commentary on progress the USDA has made on the Civil Rights and EEO fronts in recent years. Read More
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