Observances Special Emphasis Program observances are an important aspect at the Department of Commerce. These observances include activities designed to provide cultural awareness, debunk stereotypes and recognize the contributions and achievements of diverse groups represented in our workforce. The events/activities are educational and employment related.
Employment; The Hispanic Employment Program is a special emphasis program established by President Richard Nixon in 1970, with the overall objective to ensure that Hispanics have an equal opportunity to compete fairly in all aspects of Federal employment; i.e., recruitment, training, upward mobility, career counseling, developmental details, promotions
Emphasis The special emphasis program authority can be found in the General Manual under Title 230, Part 403. assistance on national reporting requirements and tasks related to special emphasis programs and provides training, guidance, and assistance to collateral duty national special emphasis program
Special Special Emphasis Programs Special Emphasis Programs . By establishing and utilizing Special Emphasis Programs (SEP) and engaging with affinity groups, VA raises employee awareness of the importance of diversity and demonstrates the Department’s commitment to a model Equal Employment Opportunity workplace.
Training Developing and conducting programs such as training courses, workshops, job fairs, conferences, and commemorative observances to provide awareness, sensitivity and understanding of the special issues affecting employment of the protected groups. Department of the Interior Special Emphasis Observance Policy
Analyze The Special Emphasis Program We analyze statistical data concerning the composition of the workforce. We analyze by organization, type of position, and grade of positions in order to identify barriers in those areas which minorities, women and individuals with disabilities are significantly underrepresented.
Hexavalent Hexavalent Chromium. Hexavalent chromium [Cr (VI)] is one of the valence states (+6) of the element chromium. It is usually produced by an industrial process. Cr (VI) is known to cause cancer. In addition, it targets the respiratory system, kidneys, liver, skin and eyes. A major source of worker exposure to Cr (VI) occurs during "hot work" such
Organization The benefits of the Special Emphasis Programs are: Expanded opportunities for all An environment at work free from discriminatory practices Improved communications resulting in positive working relationships An organization that embraces diversity and treats employees fairly and with dignity and respect.
11478 The EEO Special Emphasis Programs include the following: This program was established to implement a recommendation of the President's Committee on the Status of Women and was later integrated into the Federal EEO Program after the issuance of E.O. 11478 (August 1969). The activities of the FWP focus on employment needs and issues of women as
Training Training Special: A copy of the Special Emphasis Program Manager's Handbook, revised June 2011 which retails for $174.95 is included in the course tuition. The Handbook is the most complete desk reference available for SEPMs.
Special Special Emphasis Program Objectives Analyze agency workforce data, identify potential employment barriers in the areas of recruitment, hiring, promotion, career development, reasonable accommodation and retention affecting the full representation of protected groups (i.e. minorities, women and persons with disabilities), and develop viable
Special Special Emphasis Programs (SEP) are an integral part of CDC’s Affirmative Employment Program. One key objective of SEP is to analyze agency workforce data to identify potential employment barriers in the areas of recruitment, hiring, promotion, career development, reasonable accommodation and retention affecting the full representation of protected groups …
Programs Other special emphasis programs have been established within individual agencies. The number and types of special emphasis programs have grown rapidly; however, little is known about how effective these programs have been in serving the needs of their constituents and helping the agencies meet EEO goals.
Public Facilitators: Stephanie Remick, Director and Alora Jiang, Associate, Strategic Partnerships and Public Policy, Cesar Chavez Public Charter Schools for Public Policy (Washington DC) Date: January 9, 2018. Time: 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. Location: AMS Conference Room 2052. Call …
Emphasis Special Emphasis Programs (SEP) are an integral part of the Equal Employment Opportunity and Civil Rights Program. The purpose of these programs is to ensure that agencies take affirmative steps to provide equal opportunity to minorities, women and people with disabilities in all areas of employment. The term, "Special Emphasis Programs," refers …
Emphasis Several BEPM’s attended the Special Emphasis Program Management Graduate School for the Black Emphasis Program Managers in Washington, D.C. NHEPM, NDEPM, NLGBTEPM, NBEPM and NFWPM provided training sessions to state SEPM’s.
Special Special Emphasis Programs. Special emphasis programs promote equal opportunity in the hiring, advancement, training, and treatment of each targeted group. These programs advocate necessary change to overcome barriers that restrict equal employment opportunity for women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities. The Rehabilitation Act (Act), as amended by the …
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