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Parking as an Employment Accommodation

Parking as an Employment Accommodation

It’s important to understand that an employer's obligation to provide a reserved parking spot as a reasonable accommodation for a worker with a disability is different than the obligations they have under Title III of the ADA (Public Accommodations) to provide a specific number of accessible parking facilities for the general public, including their employees and customers.

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Parking as an Employment Accommodation

Parking as an Employment Accommodation

It’s important to understand that an employer's obligation to provide a reserved parking spot as a reasonable accommodation for a worker with a disability is different than the obligations they have under Title III of the ADA (Public Accommodations) to provide a specific number of accessible parking facilities for the general public, including their employees and customers.

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Leave as an Employment Accommodation

Leave as an Employment Accommodation

Leave as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) receives lots of attention, but what are employers obligated to provide?

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Leave as an Employment Accommodation

Leave as an Employment Accommodation

Leave as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) receives lots of attention, but what are employers obligated to provide?

Read More
Four Ways to Make the Affirmative Action Planning Process Easier

Four Ways to Make the Affirmative Action Planning Process Easier

Affirmative action planning won't ever become easy, but there are things you can do now to make the process smoother for your organization. Take advantage of the resources available, and be proactive in your AAP efforts. Here are some tips to help make your Affirmative Action planning process a little easier...

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Four Ways to Make the Affirmative Action Planning Process Easier

Four Ways to Make the Affirmative Action Planning Process Easier

Affirmative action planning won't ever become easy, but there are things you can do now to make the process smoother for your organization. Take advantage of the resources available, and be proactive in your AAP efforts. Here are some tips to help make your Affirmative Action planning process a little easier...

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Company Branding and Your Diversity Initiatives

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 for business, but it also helps companies meet their Equal Opportunity Employment requirements. Your diversity initiatives should be intertwined with your overall branding, rather than placed in a separate bucket. Here are several ways you can incorporate diversity with branding to deliver results on this critical corporate objective.

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Company Branding and Your Diversity Initiatives

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 for business, but it also helps companies meet their Equal Opportunity Employment requirements. Your diversity initiatives should be intertwined with your overall branding, rather than placed in a separate bucket. Here are several ways you can incorporate diversity with branding to deliver results on this critical corporate objective.

Read More
Who Needs a Written Affirmative Action Plan?

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. This could be the result of a court order to remedy past discrimination or as a voluntary measure. For purposes of this article we'll focus on federal contractors and their affirmative action needs...

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Does Your Workplace Encourage Inclusion?

Does Your Workplace Encourage Inclusion?

Employers have many issues they have to tackle, especially in today's global workforce; however, one of the most important today may be developing a strategy that promotes inclusion. What is inclusion? Workplace inclusion encompasses any company mandate or policy that promotes diversity and equality. How do you go about creating this type of atmosphere and why should you even consider devoting the energy to doing so...

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Does Your Workplace Encourage Inclusion?

Does Your Workplace Encourage Inclusion?

Employers have many issues they have to tackle, especially in today's global workforce; however, one of the most important today may be developing a strategy that promotes inclusion. What is inclusion? Workplace inclusion encompasses any company mandate or policy that promotes diversity and equality. How do you go about creating this type of atmosphere and why should you even consider devoting the energy to doing so...

Read More
Say Hello to Thought Diversity: Understanding this Growing Workplace Trend

Say Hello to Thought Diversity: Understanding this Growing Workplace Trend

When you think of effective workplace diversity, you probably think of people of different genders, races, and cultures putting their diverse backgrounds to good use. You may also think about legal requirements and ensuring compliance. These thoughts are correct, but there’s another way to "think" about diversity...

Read More
How to Manage Religious Observations in the Workplace

How to Manage Religious Observations in the Workplace

With the diversification of the workforce, the matter of religious diversity is a topic that many employers have either broached or need to broach. And with observations such as Christmas upon us, the topic of religion in the workplace is timely. Tolerance of differing religious values is a topic that many encounter both at work and outside the office. And with the workforce becoming more and more diverse...

Read More
Say Hello to Thought Diversity: Understanding this Growing Workplace Trend

Say Hello to Thought Diversity: Understanding this Growing Workplace Trend

When you think of effective workplace diversity, you probably think of people of different genders, races, and cultures putting their diverse backgrounds to good use. You may also think about legal requirements and ensuring compliance. These thoughts are correct, but there’s another way to "think" about diversity...

Read More
How to Manage Religious Observations in the Workplace

How to Manage Religious Observations in the Workplace

With the diversification of the workforce, the matter of religious diversity is a topic that many employers have either broached or need to broach. And with observations such as Christmas upon us, the topic of religion in the workplace is timely. Tolerance of differing religious values is a topic that many encounter both at work and outside the office. And with the workforce becoming more and more diverse...

Read More
Pay Equity - Closing the Loopholes

Pay Equity - Closing the Loopholes

The EPA requires employers to provide equal pay to men and women in the same establishment for the same work, why are these state laws necessary?

Read More
Hiring Older Workers

Hiring Older Workers

Unemployment rates for older workers - classified as job seekers 55 years and older - have increased since the recession. And persons in this sector can expect to be unemployed for approximately 39 weeks; much longer than their younger counterparts. While statistics may deter business managers from senior hiring, senior recruiting should in fact be part of any recruiting strategy...

Read More
Pay Equity - Closing the Loopholes

Pay Equity - Closing the Loopholes

The EPA requires employers to provide equal pay to men and women in the same establishment for the same work, why are these state laws necessary?

Read More
Effective Diversity Practices: Why it's Vital to Your Organization's Success

Effective Diversity Practices: Why it's Vital to Your Organization's Success

Throughout this year, we have seen companies such as Apple and Intel realize the need for diversity in the workplace, and make the changes needed to reach a broader candidate pool. HR professionals have the chance to redefine their employee population with effective diversity and inclusion practices....

Read More
Diversity Recruiting

Diversity Recruiting

The Equal Opportunity Employment regulations, or EEO, are a set of federal laws that prevent discrimination against job applicants on the basis of race, religious beliefs, age, and many other factors. However, having a diverse workforce is about much more than meeting a quota. Having employees of many different backgrounds, with many different skill sets, can actually be advantageous for a company...

Read More
Prevent Discrimination and Value Diversity

Prevent Discrimination and Value Diversity

Diversity recruiting for some may be a business practice simply targeted to meeting equal opportunity employment regulations (EEO). Valuing diversity in the workplace; however, should be larger than complying with diversity hiring mandates. Diversity Recruiting is crucial to business planning and success, from preventing discrimination in the workplace to the ability to compete in the global marketplace...

Read More
Effective Diversity Practices: Why it's Vital to Your Organization's Success

Effective Diversity Practices: Why it's Vital to Your Organization's Success

Throughout this year, we have seen companies such as Apple and Intel realize the need for diversity in the workplace, and make the changes needed to reach a broader candidate pool. HR professionals have the chance to redefine their employee population with effective diversity and inclusion practices....

Read More
Disability Inclusion in the Workplace

Disability Inclusion in the Workplace

Whether your company is a federal contractor working to comply with the Section 503 goal of employing 7% of employees with disabilities, is pursuing a "usable by all" product development strategy, or has an aging workforce requiring adjustments or accommodations to remain productive, being disability aware should be part of your business strategy.

Read More
Prevent Discrimination and Value Diversity

Prevent Discrimination and Value Diversity

Diversity recruiting for some may be a business practice simply targeted to meeting equal opportunity employment regulations (EEO). Valuing diversity in the workplace; however, should be larger than complying with diversity hiring mandates. Diversity Recruiting is crucial to business planning and success, from preventing discrimination in the workplace to the ability to compete in the global marketplace...

Read More
Disability Inclusion in the Workplace

Disability Inclusion in the Workplace

Whether your company is a federal contractor working to comply with the Section 503 goal of employing 7% of employees with disabilities, is pursuing a "usable by all" product development strategy, or has an aging workforce requiring adjustments or accommodations to remain productive, being disability aware should be part of your business strategy.

Read More
Industry Liaison Group - A Close Overview

Industry Liaison Group - A Close Overview

For many HR managers and individuals involved with affirmative action (AA) or equal employment opportunity (EEO) programs within their business or organization, the National Industry Liaison Group (NILG) is a common name and an important resource...

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Industry Liaison Group - A Close Overview

Industry Liaison Group - A Close Overview

For many HR managers and individuals involved with affirmative action (AA) or equal employment opportunity (EEO) programs within their business or organization, the National Industry Liaison Group (NILG) is a common name and an important resource...

Read More
Making Diversity Work: Auditing Your Workplace Diversity

Making Diversity Work: Auditing Your Workplace Diversity

Today's workplace is diverse - different races, cultures, religions and backgrounds. And it's not uncommon for employers to factor diversity at work in both their hiring schematic as well as their overall organizational and inclusion programs. Conducting periodic diversity audits will ensure that each of these goals is met.

Read More
Benefits of Employing Older Workers

Benefits of Employing Older Workers

Along with the advent of spring, we're celebrating Older American's Month this May, an observation promoted each year by the Administration on Aging (AoA) to "show appreciation and support for our seniors as they continue to enrich and strengthen our communities." The Bureau of Labor reports that over 40 percent of the U.S. workforce is comprised of workers age 55 and older. This fast-growing segment of the labor market...

Read More
Making Diversity Work: Auditing Your Workplace Diversity

Making Diversity Work: Auditing Your Workplace Diversity

Today's workplace is diverse - different races, cultures, religions and backgrounds. And it's not uncommon for employers to factor diversity at work in both their hiring schematic as well as their overall organizational and inclusion programs. Conducting periodic diversity audits will ensure that each of these goals is met.

Read More
Parking as an Employment Accommodation

Parking as an Employment Accommodation

It’s important to understand that an employer's obligation to provide a reserved parking spot as a reasonable accommodation for a worker with a disability is different than the obligations they have under Title III of the ADA (Public Accommodations) to provide a specific number of accessible parking facilities for the general public, including their employees and customers.

Read More
Leave as an Employment Accommodation

Leave as an Employment Accommodation

Leave as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) receives lots of attention, but what are employers obligated to provide?

Read More
Four Ways to Make the Affirmative Action Planning Process Easier

Four Ways to Make the Affirmative Action Planning Process Easier

Affirmative action planning won't ever become easy, but there are things you can do now to make the process smoother for your organization. Take advantage of the resources available, and be proactive in your AAP efforts. Here are some tips to help make your Affirmative Action planning process a little easier...

Read More
Company Branding and Your Diversity Initiatives

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 for business, but it also helps companies meet their Equal Opportunity Employment requirements. Your diversity initiatives should be intertwined with your overall branding, rather than placed in a separate bucket. Here are several ways you can incorporate diversity with branding to deliver results on this critical corporate objective.

Read More
Who Needs a Written Affirmative Action Plan?

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. This could be the result of a court order to remedy past discrimination or as a voluntary measure. For purposes of this article we'll focus on federal contractors and their affirmative action needs...

Read More
Does Your Workplace Encourage Inclusion?

Does Your Workplace Encourage Inclusion?

Employers have many issues they have to tackle, especially in today's global workforce; however, one of the most important today may be developing a strategy that promotes inclusion. What is inclusion? Workplace inclusion encompasses any company mandate or policy that promotes diversity and equality. How do you go about creating this type of atmosphere and why should you even consider devoting the energy to doing so...

Read More
How to Manage Religious Observations in the Workplace

How to Manage Religious Observations in the Workplace

With the diversification of the workforce, the matter of religious diversity is a topic that many employers have either broached or need to broach. And with observations such as Christmas upon us, the topic of religion in the workplace is timely. Tolerance of differing religious values is a topic that many encounter both at work and outside the office. And with the workforce becoming more and more diverse...

Read More
Pay Equity - Closing the Loopholes

Pay Equity - Closing the Loopholes

The EPA requires employers to provide equal pay to men and women in the same establishment for the same work, why are these state laws necessary?

Read More
Hiring Older Workers

Hiring Older Workers

Unemployment rates for older workers - classified as job seekers 55 years and older - have increased since the recession. And persons in this sector can expect to be unemployed for approximately 39 weeks; much longer than their younger counterparts. While statistics may deter business managers from senior hiring, senior recruiting should in fact be part of any recruiting strategy...

Read More
Effective Diversity Practices: Why it's Vital to Your Organization's Success

Effective Diversity Practices: Why it's Vital to Your Organization's Success

Throughout this year, we have seen companies such as Apple and Intel realize the need for diversity in the workplace, and make the changes needed to reach a broader candidate pool. HR professionals have the chance to redefine their employee population with effective diversity and inclusion practices....

Read More
Diversity Recruiting

Diversity Recruiting

The Equal Opportunity Employment regulations, or EEO, are a set of federal laws that prevent discrimination against job applicants on the basis of race, religious beliefs, age, and many other factors. However, having a diverse workforce is about much more than meeting a quota. Having employees of many different backgrounds, with many different skill sets, can actually be advantageous for a company...

Read More
Prevent Discrimination and Value Diversity

Prevent Discrimination and Value Diversity

Diversity recruiting for some may be a business practice simply targeted to meeting equal opportunity employment regulations (EEO). Valuing diversity in the workplace; however, should be larger than complying with diversity hiring mandates. Diversity Recruiting is crucial to business planning and success, from preventing discrimination in the workplace to the ability to compete in the global marketplace...

Read More
Disability Inclusion in the Workplace

Disability Inclusion in the Workplace

Whether your company is a federal contractor working to comply with the Section 503 goal of employing 7% of employees with disabilities, is pursuing a "usable by all" product development strategy, or has an aging workforce requiring adjustments or accommodations to remain productive, being disability aware should be part of your business strategy.

Read More
Industry Liaison Group - A Close Overview

Industry Liaison Group - A Close Overview

For many HR managers and individuals involved with affirmative action (AA) or equal employment opportunity (EEO) programs within their business or organization, the National Industry Liaison Group (NILG) is a common name and an important resource...

Read More
Benefits of Employing Older Workers

Benefits of Employing Older Workers

Along with the advent of spring, we're celebrating Older American's Month this May, an observation promoted each year by the Administration on Aging (AoA) to "show appreciation and support for our seniors as they continue to enrich and strengthen our communities." The Bureau of Labor reports that over 40 percent of the U.S. workforce is comprised of workers age 55 and older. This fast-growing segment of the labor market...

Read More
Parking as an Employment Accommodation

Parking as an Employment Accommodation

It’s important to understand that an employer's obligation to provide a reserved parking spot as a reasonable accommodation for a worker with a disability is different than the obligations they have under Title III of the ADA (Public Accommodations) to provide a specific number of accessible parking facilities for the general public, including their employees and customers.

Read More
Leave as an Employment Accommodation

Leave as an Employment Accommodation

Leave as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) receives lots of attention, but what are employers obligated to provide?

Read More
Four Ways to Make the Affirmative Action Planning Process Easier

Four Ways to Make the Affirmative Action Planning Process Easier

Affirmative action planning won't ever become easy, but there are things you can do now to make the process smoother for your organization. Take advantage of the resources available, and be proactive in your AAP efforts. Here are some tips to help make your Affirmative Action planning process a little easier...

Read More
Company Branding and Your Diversity Initiatives

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 for business, but it also helps companies meet their Equal Opportunity Employment requirements. Your diversity initiatives should be intertwined with your overall branding, rather than placed in a separate bucket. Here are several ways you can incorporate diversity with branding to deliver results on this critical corporate objective.

Read More
Who Needs a Written Affirmative Action Plan?

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. This could be the result of a court order to remedy past discrimination or as a voluntary measure. For purposes of this article we'll focus on federal contractors and their affirmative action needs...

Read More
Does Your Workplace Encourage Inclusion?

Does Your Workplace Encourage Inclusion?

Employers have many issues they have to tackle, especially in today's global workforce; however, one of the most important today may be developing a strategy that promotes inclusion. What is inclusion? Workplace inclusion encompasses any company mandate or policy that promotes diversity and equality. How do you go about creating this type of atmosphere and why should you even consider devoting the energy to doing so...

Read More
Say Hello to Thought Diversity: Understanding this Growing Workplace Trend

Say Hello to Thought Diversity: Understanding this Growing Workplace Trend

When you think of effective workplace diversity, you probably think of people of different genders, races, and cultures putting their diverse backgrounds to good use. You may also think about legal requirements and ensuring compliance. These thoughts are correct, but there’s another way to "think" about diversity...

Read More
How to Manage Religious Observations in the Workplace

How to Manage Religious Observations in the Workplace

With the diversification of the workforce, the matter of religious diversity is a topic that many employers have either broached or need to broach. And with observations such as Christmas upon us, the topic of religion in the workplace is timely. Tolerance of differing religious values is a topic that many encounter both at work and outside the office. And with the workforce becoming more and more diverse...

Read More
Pay Equity - Closing the Loopholes

Pay Equity - Closing the Loopholes

The EPA requires employers to provide equal pay to men and women in the same establishment for the same work, why are these state laws necessary?

Read More
Effective Diversity Practices: Why it's Vital to Your Organization's Success

Effective Diversity Practices: Why it's Vital to Your Organization's Success

Throughout this year, we have seen companies such as Apple and Intel realize the need for diversity in the workplace, and make the changes needed to reach a broader candidate pool. HR professionals have the chance to redefine their employee population with effective diversity and inclusion practices....

Read More
Diversity Recruiting

Diversity Recruiting

The Equal Opportunity Employment regulations, or EEO, are a set of federal laws that prevent discrimination against job applicants on the basis of race, religious beliefs, age, and many other factors. However, having a diverse workforce is about much more than meeting a quota. Having employees of many different backgrounds, with many different skill sets, can actually be advantageous for a company...

Read More
Prevent Discrimination and Value Diversity

Prevent Discrimination and Value Diversity

Diversity recruiting for some may be a business practice simply targeted to meeting equal opportunity employment regulations (EEO). Valuing diversity in the workplace; however, should be larger than complying with diversity hiring mandates. Diversity Recruiting is crucial to business planning and success, from preventing discrimination in the workplace to the ability to compete in the global marketplace...

Read More
Disability Inclusion in the Workplace

Disability Inclusion in the Workplace

Whether your company is a federal contractor working to comply with the Section 503 goal of employing 7% of employees with disabilities, is pursuing a "usable by all" product development strategy, or has an aging workforce requiring adjustments or accommodations to remain productive, being disability aware should be part of your business strategy.

Read More
Industry Liaison Group - A Close Overview

Industry Liaison Group - A Close Overview

For many HR managers and individuals involved with affirmative action (AA) or equal employment opportunity (EEO) programs within their business or organization, the National Industry Liaison Group (NILG) is a common name and an important resource...

Read More
Benefits of Employing Older Workers

Benefits of Employing Older Workers

Along with the advent of spring, we're celebrating Older American's Month this May, an observation promoted each year by the Administration on Aging (AoA) to "show appreciation and support for our seniors as they continue to enrich and strengthen our communities." The Bureau of Labor reports that over 40 percent of the U.S. workforce is comprised of workers age 55 and older. This fast-growing segment of the labor market...

Read More
Making Diversity Work: Auditing Your Workplace Diversity

Making Diversity Work: Auditing Your Workplace Diversity

Today's workplace is diverse - different races, cultures, religions and backgrounds. And it's not uncommon for employers to factor diversity at work in both their hiring schematic as well as their overall organizational and inclusion programs. Conducting periodic diversity audits will ensure that each of these goals is met.

Read More

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