- EEO Regulations: What You Should Know
- Sharing Your Equal Opportunity Policy
- Conducting Outreach and Recruitment
- Preventing Harassment, Intimidation, and Retaliation
- Providing Reasonable Accommodations
- Developing and Implementing an Affirmative Action Program (AAP)
- Encouraging Self-Identification and Measuring Against the 7% Utilization Goal
Did You Know?
The U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) has set a utilization goal for sponsors of Registered Apprenticeship Programs (RAPs): 7% of individuals enrolled in the RAP should be individuals with disabilities.
What Does That Mean for Organizations Leading Apprenticeship Programs?
This goal is a benchmark set to strengthen an organization’s commitment to creating a more diverse, equitable, inclusive, and accessible apprenticeship program. These programs can foster career pathways and talent pipelines for a wealth of diverse job seekers with disabilities whose talent is untapped or under-tapped.
Follow the guidance laid out in PIA’s Apprenticeship Equal Employment Opportunity Toolkit, which will help put businesses on the path toward reaching the 7% goal and complying with USDOL’s Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) regulations for Registered Apprenticeship Programs.