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Disparate Impact Analysis
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There are two types of illegal employment discrimination:
1. Disparate Treatment- Treating an individual or several individuals different from other people based on their membership in a protected class under Equal Employment Opportunity laws. Protected classes include such things as Race, Color, National Origin, Religion, Sex, Pregnancy, Mental Disability, Physical Disability, Age, Veteran Status and other groups designated by state laws.
There’s no doubt that there are often differences in how men and women communicate, whether it’s verbal or non-verbal. And although verbal communication is obviously important, nonverbal communication can often send just as loud a message.
The Dreaded GateKeeper! sometimes the phone feels that much heavier because knowing that we have to get by that darn evil person.. the Gatekeeper from Hell. You know the one, the one who always asks the most difficult questions to prevent you from getting to the Prize.. the Potential Client.
Background: On April 25, 2012, the Commission, in a 4-1 bi-partisan vote, issued its Enforcement Guidance on the Consideration of Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. § 2000e. The Guidance updates, consolidates, and supersedes the Commission's 1987 and 1990 policy statements on this issue, as well as the relevant discussion in the EEOC's Race and Color Discrimination Compliance Manual Chapter.
As I mentioned in Robocruiter, Part 1, Dan was a unique recruiter. As a student of our business, he was superb in so many ways. And he taught me so much. One of the techniques he is famous for is entitled the “I Have Arranged. . .” approach. I hope you like it.
Once when Dan and I were talking, he told me that he had a 100% Presentation to Send Out ratio on his company POEJOs. (A POEJO is an acronym that stands for Presentation On an Existing Job Order.
Healthcare Costs grew a cumulative 138% between 1999 and 2010 and outpacing cumulative wage growth of 42% over the same period. Average employer costs for health insurance per employee hour rose from $1.60 to $3.35 during the 1999 to 2010 period. This almost 110% increase in average costs per hour was much larger than the 39% increase in average employer payroll costs per hour for these workers KFF
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