Taking a proactive stance on equal employment opportunity compliance is critical for businesses to succeed in the 21st Century. Too often we only think about EEO compliance after the fact - when a complaint is filed with the EEOC, when we receive a scheduling letter from the OFCCP, when litigation is commenced. Proactive compliance efforts not only lead to a reduction in legal expenses, regulatory fines, and the damage of negative publicity, they lead to improved business outcomes. In this installment, we'll discuss the five elements of the business case for proactive compliance efforts.
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