by Ahmed Younies and Jacquelyn Peterson Published Monday, October 19, 2015 Duration – 15:00
Many employers approach being a federal contractor based on what they read or hear…enforcement, audit, penalties, etc. Ahmed Younies, President and CEO of HR Unlimited, Inc., shares his perspective on how employers should approach being a federal contractor and subcontractor, and it might surprise you.
The Struggle is Real, for Federal Contractors That Is
Part 1: On the Difficulties of Attracting a Qualified, Diverse Workforce
It has been, and continues to be, difficult for federal contractors to meet their diversity requirements. To get a better understanding of these difficulties, we will discuss the problem in two parts. Part I will address the main difficulties for federal contractors
What You Need to Know so Your Company May Take Advantage of the Dept. of Labor’s Registered Apprenticeship Program
So what ever happened to those good apprenticeships we used to read about? Although it does not get as much media attention as it deserves, the Dept. of Labor’s Registered Apprenticeship program has produce significant growth over the past five years. As
Part One of this article focused on the claim of gender pay disparity made by Robin Wright, the fictional President on the Netflix drama “House of Cards.” Robin Wright may play a powerful fictional character, but the real-world remedy for an actress in her situation is limited. Unfortunately for her, she is not an employee of a federal contractor who
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