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  Why Recruiters Ignore Your Resume
by Louise Garver - Jul, 2014
A recruiter has asked you to submit your resume for a search assignment they are trying to fill. Then silence. You may think your resume landed in the black hole, but actually, these factors may have negatively influenced the recruiter. 1. You don’t have a gmail email address. Executives are thought of as movers and shakers, people with forward thinking. Those are the types of executives that recruiters are looking for...
 
  Your Social Media Accounts: Clean Them Up Before Job Hunting or Leave Them As-Is?
by Joshua Waldman - Jul, 2014
If you post a lot of compromising photos or inflammatory material in your social media feed, then you might be passed over for job opportunities. According to a survey by the Chartered Institute of Professional Development (CIPD), two out of every five employers looks at candidates’ Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn profiles before recruiting them. At the same time, a profile that’s too squeaky clean might actually turn off...
 
  The OFCCP Digest Volume 4, Issue 7
by Local JobNetwork™ - Jul, 2014
Volume 4, Issue 7 Rationale for Compensation Differences by Alissa Horvitz, Esq. and Joshua Roffman, Esq. On Wednesday July 2, 2014, The Washington Post ran an article about the pay gap between men and women working in the White House. According to The Post, “[t]h...
 
  Rationale for Compensation Differences
by Alissa Horvitz, Esq. - Jul, 2014
On Wednesday July 2, 2014, The Washington Post ran an article about the pay gap between men and women working in the White House. According to The Post, “[t]he average male White House employee currently earns about $88,600, while the average female White House employee earns about $78,400, according to White House data released Tuesday [July 1, 2014]. That is a gap of 13 percent.” Or, said differently, women earn $0.87, on...
 
  Rationale for Compensation Differences
by Joshua Roffman, Esq. - Jul, 2014
On Wednesday July 2, 2014, The Washington Post ran an article about the pay gap between men and women working in the White House. According to The Post, “[t]he average male White House employee currently earns about $88,600, while the average female White House employee earns about $78,400, according to White House data released Tuesday [July 1, 2014]. That is a gap of 13 percent.” Or, said differently, women earn $0.87, on...
 
  The Compliance Challenge of Evergreen Requisitions and Pipeline Recruiting
by Chris Lindholm - Jul, 2014
Introduction: It is common knowledge that EEO compliance has developed into an extremely complex and sometimes controversial process. In just the last 14 years alone we have witnessed an endless stream of changes to the expectations of contractors including: Changing from eight (8) to two (2) availability factors The brief, rocky visit of the EO Survey The as yet, unrealized threat of multiple regression as a tool to fin...
 
  Dealing with the Chaos at OFCCP
by Bill Osterndorf - Jul, 2014
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs is a busy place. The agency has announced a multitude of priorities that affect federal contractors and subcontractors. Among these priorities are the following: Issues concerning veterans Issues concerning individuals with disabilities Compensation Use of criminal records in the selection process There were new regulations or directi...
 
  Religious Accommodation in the Workplace: Federal Contractors' Version of the Hobby Lobby Dilemma
by Sandra Zeigler, Esq. - Jul, 2014
On June 30, 2014, the United States Supreme Court rendered its decision in Sylvia Burwell, Secretary Of Health And Human Services, Et Al., Petitioners V. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., Et Al. Nos. 13-354 and 13-356 (Hobby Lobby). Hobby Lobby was decided under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA). Hobby Lobby and two other closely held companies had faced massive fines for refusing to cover four contraceptives that they beli...
 
  How to Make Competition Irrelevant
by Lisa Rangel - Jul, 2014
Job candidates at every level worry a lot about what other candidates are saying during interviews. Oftentimes they are also worried about credentials, status and experience. In other words, they’re worried about the competition. While it’s completely normal to be a little concerned about your competition, the reality is this can actually make you fumble during job interviews. If you’re stressed about what other people are...
 
  What to Do When You Run Out of Work to Do
by Adrienne Erin - Jul, 2014
Most of us work like machines throughout the day, charging forward without stopping for a breath. You keep pushing to meet deadlines and not fall behind, and now all of that hard work has paid off. Why you ask? Well, because you have been so diligent that you’ve run out of work to do. Now you can relax, right? Sure, take a moment to breathe and bask in your accomplishment, but now is not the time to twiddle your thumbs....
 
  The First Glimpse at New Regulation Enforcement
by Cindy Karrow, SPHR - Jul, 2014
It feels like we were just in the starting gate of compliance changes this year, and now the race is fully underway with compliance activities surrounding the revised regulations for Protected Veterans (PV) and Individuals with Disabilities (IWD). Let’s take a look at how the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) is beginning to audit and enforce the new regulations. Recently I heard a speaker indicate OF...
 
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