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Collection of Applicant Flow Data, Data on Hiring Process Flow, and Use of it in an Affirmative Action Plan

Instructor: Joe Gross
Product ID: 702165
  • Duration: 90 Min

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This 90-minute webinar on creating an Affirmative Action Plan will show how you can collect Applicant Flow data, track information from the hiring process and use it to build Affirmative Action Plans.

Why Should You Attend:

The federal government requires Affirmative Action Plans of employers who: have 50 or more employees and federal government contracts for $50,000 or more; have 100 or more employees even if they do not have federal government contracts. Very little understandable information exists on how or why to collect applicant flow data, what an Affirmative Action Plan does or how to make one, and how applicant flow data is integral in the process of creating an Affirmative Action Plan.

Many employers are not aware that by not having an Affirmative Action Plan they run the risk of losing their federal contracts. Many employers do not know how to create an Affirmative Action Plan. This webinar will inform employers about these and related matters that are critical to their “bottom line”.

Learning Objectives:

Webinar attendees will learn

  • To collect applicant flow data.
  • To track hiring process flow data.
  • The need for Affirmative Action Plans.
  • How to Build Affirmative Action Plans.

Areas Covered in the Seminar:

  • What is Applicant Flow Data?
  • Meaning of Applicant Flow Data.
  • How to Collect Applicant Flow Data?
  • Using Applicant Flow Data to Develop an Affirmative Action Plan.
  • What is the Hiring Flow?
  • Meaning of Hiring Flow Data.
  • How to Collect Hiring Flow Data?
  • Using Hiring Flow Data to Develop an Affirmative Action Plan.
  • What is an Affirmative Action  Plan?
  • Meaning of an Affirmative Action  Plan.
  • How to Collect Data for an Affirmative Action  Plan?
  • Using an Affirmative Action Plan to Plan your Hiring Process for the Coming Year.

Who Will Benefit:

  • Personnel Officers
  • Human Resource Officers
  • Affirmative Action Officers and Assistants
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Officers and Assistants
  • Employment Representatives
  • Owners of companies and corporations that have federal government contracts or aspire to get them
  • Operations staff at companies and corporations that have federal government contracts or that aspire to get them

Instructor Profile:

Joe Gross, is a self-employed consultant with HR & Policy Solutions, PLLC in Olympia Washington. His consulting company develops a variety of human resource and policy systems for employers in the private, non-profit, and public sectors. Areas of emphasis in his practice are legal compliance, hiring, classification, writing employee manuals, and workforce alignment.

He is a published author, and is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources by the national Society of Human Resource Management. His Bachelor of Arts degree is in Legal and Governmental Services from Pacific University in Oregon. His Master of Public Administration degree is from the University of Washington in Seattle.

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