What’s the value of Equal Employment?

Monday, June 19, 2017

Most of us believe that equal employment has a place in the workforce. Recruiting, selecting, employing and promoting employees in any job without considering color, race, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age or veteran status, is very valuable.

It turns out that equal employment means all employees are treated fairly and have the opportunity for employment and promotion based on qualifications of the position. It ensures that all employment terms and conditions are met and that the employee has access to things like benefits or training programs.

To give all employees these opportunities, Southwest Arkansas Electric Cooperative uses a central program to objectively evaluated the different people in compliance with the law.

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In 1940, 112,050 of 1.95 million Residents in Arkansas had Electricity

In 1937, the first electric cooperative utility pole was erected in Arkansas by First Electric Cooperative in Jacksonville, marking the development of a system that now covers 60 percent of the state's land area.