From hiring new employees to the succession, compensation, and turnover of existing workers, all federal contractors need to be able to demonstrate the Good Faith Efforts (GFEs) they undertake. Discover the why, how, and what of GFEs in this guide.
The working world is full of qualified individuals who, for one reason or another, fail to connect with recruitment teams seeking great employees just like them. As part of your organization’s Affirmative Action Planning, you should be able to prove that you are taking measures to reach high-potential women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities who are at risk of disproportionately missing out on the roles that you offer. Doing so protects your organization from accusations of discrimination, and allows you to reap the rewards of a diverse workforce.
In this guide, we take a look at these measures—known as Good Faith Efforts—and break down:
- Why they are important.
- How they can be most effectively executed.
- What you need to do to prove that they have been successful.
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