Posts Tagged: EEO

Learn EEO and Build Model Workplaces

Spring is in the air, which means the federal equal employment opportunity (EEO) training season is once again underway. This is an ideal time for employees and managers alike to learn more about EEO best practices, laws, rules and regulations to help create a model federal workplace. A smart and effective way to learn the… Read more »

How to Prevent Harassment in the Federal Workplace

When most people hear about workplace harassment, it’s likely to be sexual harassment because that’s traditionally been the most common and publicized form. However, harassment is much broader than that of a purely sexual nature. In fact, harassment may take many forms of which not everyone is aware. Under federal laws prohibiting employment discrimination, harassment… Read more »

EEOC Seeks Presenters for 2015 EXCEL Training Conference

How much do you know about EEO? Are you a subject matter expert in issues of equal employment opportunity (EEO) in the public and private sectors? If so, you should consider applying to be a presenter at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) 18th annual EXCEL Training Conference this summer in Washington, DC. The… Read more »

Fostering Diversity & EEO is #2 Public Sector Priority for 2015

Most government agencies understand the business case for diversity and equal employment opportunity (EEO). It’s evident by now that diverse employees bring a broad range of ideas and viewpoints to the table which can promote positive change, spark innovation, increase productivity and maximize strategic mission-driven results. This is particularly true as the nation and labor… Read more »

Do You Know How to EXCEL at EEO?

Equal employment opportunity (EEO) has always been a cornerstone of the federal civil service. The government prides itself on striving to be a model employer and setting an example for the private sector. Many government agencies have a positive record of achievement on EEO issues and fostering work environments which are diverse, fair, inclusive and… Read more »

EEOC Seeks Presenters: EXCEL 2014 Training in San Diego, Aug. 12-14

17th Annual EXCEL TRAINING CONFERENCEEXamining Conflicts in Employment LawsAugust 12-14, 2014 San Diego, California Registration and additional information coming soon! Interested in being a presenter at EXCEL? We are seeking EEO professionals, industry consultants, professional speakers and trainers, and industry suppliers who can expand the knowledge base of attendees, presenting new twists on old ideas/practices,… Read more »

New “Digest of EEO Law” Issued by EEOC & Recap of Rehab Act 40th Anniversary

How much do you know about Federal Sector EEO? Want to learn more about workplace equality government-wide? If so, check out the latest quarterly edition of the U.S. EEOC’s Digest of Equal Employment Opportunity Law, which is now available online. This quarterly publication, prepared by the EEOC’s Office of Federal Operations (OFO), features recent Commission… Read more »

Learn EEO: 16th Annual EEOC EXCEL Training, Aug. 27-29 in Denver

Experience EXCEL-lence in EEO! The EXCEL Training Conference is sponsored by the EEOC’s Training Institute. In its 16th year, EXCEL is the premier Federal training conference for EEO managers, suervisors, practitioners, HR professionals, attorneys and ADR specialists. EXCEL provides training in topics from ADR to MD-715 and much, much more. New to EXCEL 2013 is… Read more »

Free EEO Webinar Today, 5/22 @ 2:00 (EST), Federal Disability Workforce Consortium

Federal Disability Workforce Consortium to Present “The News Hour” Webinar — May 22, 2:00-3:00 PM EST “The News Hour” is a free webinar series from the Federal Disability Workforce Consortium (FDWC) that shares information related to the employment of individuals with disabilities in the federal government. The May 22nd webinar will focus on EEOC Management… Read more »

EEOC Twitter Town Hall on Federal Sector; Wednesday, May 15 @ 1:00 (ET)

How much do you know about Federal Sector EEO? Have you ever observed or experienced discrimination, harassment or reprisal in the federal workplace based on race, color, sex, pregnancy, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, or personal genetic information? If so, do you know where to turn to report unlawful activity? Are you familiar with… Read more »