Secrets of Affirmative Action Compliance

2012 is just around the corner now. HR Managers, this is the perfect time to consider the changes in the EEO industry and how they relate to your 2012 Affirmative Action planning. With this in mind, we’d like to share a valuable resource with you from William Truesdell.

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Each book hardcopy includes a CD-ROM containing the Secrets of Affirmative Action Compliance (9th Edition) in e-book format ( PDF) along with the following documents:

Secrets of Affirmative Action PlanningSamples of Government Forms

  • EEO-1 Form + Instructions
  • EEO-3 Form + Instructions
  • EEO-4 Form + Instructions
  • EEO-5 Form + Instructions
  • Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letter (CSAL)
  • Standard Compliance Review Report (SCRR)
  • VETS-100 Report + Instructions
  • VETS-100A Report + Instructions

Excel Templates

  • Job Applicant Log
  • New Hire Log
  • Promotion/Transfer Log
  • Termination Log

Sample Letters

  • Annual Letter to Vendors
  • Response to Customer Demand for EEO Certification

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