The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has released guidelines for employers looking to hire employees based on their race, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, veteran housing status, or other factors.
The commission issued the guidelines after a group of federal agencies including the Labor Department, Social Security Administration, and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reviewed the issue.
The Fair Hiring Guidelines are part of the federal government’s ongoing Fair Hire initiative.
They help employers hire qualified employees who are fair-skinned and who have a job history that includes a successful tenure at an employer.
The guidelines say employers must consider the qualifications of those they hire when they select them.
They also include a list of criteria employers must adhere to in order to receive a fair-hire exemption from hiring requirements.
The guidelines are part for a Fair Hires Initiative that aims to increase fairness in the workplace and provide equal opportunity for Americans of all races, religions, ethnicities, and national origin.
The Fair Hreshelvments Initiative, which began in 2018, is aimed at ensuring that companies are hiring and promoting people of color, veterans, and others with disabilities.
The agency also provides guidelines to employers on how to respond to complaints about discrimination and retaliation, including the need for an independent investigation if a complaint is made.
The Equal Employment Opportunities Commission has made it a goal to ensure fair hiring by including guidelines on how companies can ensure that they are hiring in a fair and equal manner.
This initiative aims to improve fairness in hiring, said Fair Hhire Initiative director, Danielle C. Smith.
The government is working on the guidelines to ensure that employers are making hiring decisions based on qualified applicants who have not been subject to bias.
The Equal Opportunity Commission’s Fair Hired initiative is one part of a broader effort to ensure equal opportunity in hiring.
The goal is to ensure all employees have the same opportunities to be hired and that fair hiring occurs in a safe and fair environment.