What does an affirmative action program look like?

Minneapolis, MN business litigation attorney, Ryan Olson, talks about what a typical affirmative action program looks like.

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It consists of two main parts, you have a narrative or summary portion of a plan, which is written and then, you have the statistical analysis that’s important. There’s certainly specific requirements for the narrative portion and then a ______ side, what everyone generally refers to and looks at is the underutilization analysis, which looks at the makeup of an employer’s job rubrics versus the community and what that provides as far as a skilled labor force for the particular jobs in an employer’s jobs groups.