Metric Answer Options Source
What is the main barrier to employment that your company targets through its hiring practices? Check all that apply. 1. Chronically discriminated against based on gender, race, color, disability, political opinion, sexual orientation, age, religion, social or ethnic origin
2. Physical or mental disability
3. Homelessness
4. Incarceration or criminal history
5. Drug or alcohol dependency
6. Violence - either political, gang, or domestic
7. Poverty via hiring low-income, poor and very poor workers
8. Immigrants, displaced persons or refugees
9. Other (please specify)
BIA
Which job type describes a majority of the workers at your company from chronically underemployed communities? Select only one. 1. Full-time and part-time
2. Temporary
BIA
Which of the following does your company provide to all chronically-underemployed workers? Check all that apply. 1. Payment above the local minimum wage (if no minimum wage, wages are considered a fair or living wage by local standards)
2. Basic training in order to complete the required job functions
3. If full and part-time workers were selected for IBM12.2, the company's standard benefits apply to all chronically-underemployed workers
4. If temporary workers were selected for IBM12.2, the company hires a majority of these temporary workers on an on-going basis to ensure semi-stable job status and income.
BIA
How many individual workers from chronically-underemployed communities were employed by the company during the last 12 months? Fill-in # BIA
What % of your total workforce (including full-time, part-time, temporary) are from chronically-underemployed communities? Fill-in # BIA
How many individual workers residing in low income areas were employed by the company during the last 12 months? Fill-in # Custom Metric, IRIS (OI8266)
If tracked, provide a detailed breakdown of the number of chronically underemployed individuals employed based on the primary factor that classified them as "chronically underemployed" during the last 12 months. Do not double count individuals. 1. Chronically discriminated against based on gender, race, color, disability, political opinion, sexual orientation, age, religion, social or ethnic origin
2. Drug or alcohol dependency
3. Homelessness; Incarceration or Criminal History
4. Violence--including political, gang, or domestic
5. Immigrants, displaced persons or refugees
6. Physical or mental disability
7. Low-income, poor or very poor
8. Other
Custom Metric, IRIS (OI4038)
Number of FT and PT workers that departed/left the company who are women or individuals from chronically underemployed communities during the last 12 months. If none, enter 0. Fill-in # Custom Metric
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