Why Choose the Online Employment Center for Your Applicant Attraction, Screening and Records Retention?
The Online Employment Center is a web-based system designed to assist employers with EEOC and OFCCP compliance requirements relative to the collection, storage and analysis of data from the employment selection process. For information on who must comply with each agency’s requirements, click on EEOC or OFCCP.
The Online Employment Center is unique in that it automatically differentiates a qualified applicant from a jobseeker as required by the OFCCP’s definition of an internet applicant. Further, the Online Employment Center allows analysis of applicant data in each step of the selection process. This data analysis is crucial for employers subject to OFCCP compliance since it allows proactive monitoring of the selection process to identify potential adverse impact. And, the Online Employment Center stores all data on applicants to be readily retrieved for EEOC reporting or OFCCP compliance audits.
The Online Employment Center provides these critical functions:
- Encompasses the EEOC and OFCCP’s definition of a job applicant vs. a job seeker
- Uses a clear-cut method of screening which is not left up to interpretation by a manager or HR personnel
- Is standardized according to the Federal Uniform Employment Guidelines that separate an applicant from a job seeker
- Follows procedures as published in the Federal Register on October 7, 2005 in vol 70, no.194 @ page 58946. Employers who must comply with OFCCP guidelines must have a nondiscriminatory system in place to differentiate an applicant from a job seeker and to keep that information for reporting, desk, company, or compliance audit
For more details on the functions, features and benefits of the Employment Center click here.
The Online Employment Center operates as a funnel that collects a pool of jobseekers, qualifies them according to employer specific criteria, and ranks them by qualifications: