Develop recruiting strategy to target AAPIs at Asian American Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions (AANAPISIs).
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Survey existing barriers and develop a plan to increase the pipeline of AAPI applicants to managerial and SES positions.
Increase Federal agencies' efforts to remove barriers that limit employment opportunities for AAPI Federal employees and job applicants by determining which agencies have identified barriers that limit employment opportunities for AAPI Federal employees or job applicants.
Improve public access to information on AAPI workforce, charge/complaint, and litigation data by liberating EEOC data for public consumption.
Increase outreach to AANAPISIs to stimulate interest by AAPI students in Federal government employment by researching and developing a list of AANAPISI colleges to target in FY 2014.
Encourage Federal agencies to collect applicant flow data by using a revised form that has recently been approved by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
Improve the EEOC’s ability to communicate with AAPIs and other groups who communicate primarily in a language other than English by translating EEOC materials into AAPI languages.
Increase participation rate of AAPIs in fellowship, internship, and/or study programs by partnering with AANAPISIs, trade schools, and apprentice programs.
Increase outreach efforts to AAPIs to promote employment opportunities.
Improve the AAPI workforce data collected from employers by modifying the racial categories on the equal employment opportunities surveys (i.e. EEO-3, EEO-4).
Improve EEOC’s ability to communicate with AAPIs and other groups who communicate primarily in a language other than English by increasing access to linguistically appropriate resources and improving the language capability of the EEOC workforce. Assess language interpretation needs at all stages of EEOC’s private sector charge process, including mediation.
Improve the EEOC’s ability to communicate with AAPIs and other groups who communicate primarily in a language other than English by working with DOJ to comply with Executive Order (EO) 13166.