This includes non profit and public agencies at every level of government. Recruitment can be done internally from existing employees or externally. Regardless of who is in charge of the recruitment process the equal opportunity should be involved in planning for the recruitment effort. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) have listed six guidelines for employees to follow in establishing fair recruitment practices. They are:
1. Analyze current recruitment guidelines to eliminate discrimination barriers as word of mouth.
2. Establish objective measures to monitor applicant pool in the
recruitment process, this enables employers to identify how many
candidates were female or minorities.
3. Train recruiters so they use only fair objectives and job related criteria.
4. Maintaining files on minority and women applicants not hired for one job, who may be contacted in future recruiting.
5. Publicizing vacancies by means of advertising directed toward recruiting as many minorities and women