KSHA / KRDG / KNNN / KRRX / KQMS / KNRO

Equal Employment Opportunity Public File Report

Report Dates:August 1, 2011 Ė July 31, 2012

 

 

I.†††††† POSITIONS FILLED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD

 

Job Title

Sources Used to Fill Position

 

Source

Referring

Person

Selected

Date

Filled

Outside Salesperson

All sources on list II

5

8-1-11

Outside Salesperson

All sources on list II

5

12-19-11

Traffic Assistant

Promoted part-time employee to full-time

6

4-1-12

 

II.RECRUITMENT SOURCE LIST

 

 

No.

Recruitment Source

 

Entitled to Vacancy Notification(Y/N)

1.

Regional Help Wanted

www.reddinghelpwanted.com

also Sacramentohelpwanted

N

2.

Cal Jobs

www.caljobs.ca.gov

Y

3.

Radio Advertising

KQMS/KNRO/KSHA/KRDG/KNNN

&KRRX

N

4.

Unsolicited Applicants

N

5.

Referral

N

6.

In house postings

N

7.

Postings @ other Mapleton Markets

N

8.

All community organizations who serve protected groups (see list below)

Y

9.

craigslist.com

N

 

III. OUTREACH INITIATIVES

 


No.

Type of Outreach Initiative and Menu Category

Brief Description of Activity

1

Participation in career days and job fairs

1. On Thursday, November 3, 2011, Account Executive Cory Post maintained a booth at the Redding Chamber of Commerce job expo where he prominently displayed informational material outlining various examples of employment opportunities available through Redding Radio and Mapleton Communications.Cory actively encouraged all visitors to the booth to take information from the display.

2.On Thursday, February 2, 2012 Account Executive Cory Post maintained a booth at the Redding Chamber of Commerce 2012 Mixpo Business Expo.At the event he presented information about employment opportunities at Redding Radio and our Equal Opportunity Guidelines.

3.On Thursday, April 5, 2012 Account Executive Cory Post maintained a booth for job seekers at the Employment Development Department in Redding, California from 9am to 3pm.The job fair had a great turnout of job seekers.All job seekers who visited the booth were presented with information about jobs at Redding Radio as well as our Equal Opportunity Guidelines.

2

Training for Employees

Redding Radio has ongoing training for all personnel to allow them to grow within their positions and enable them to qualify for higher level positions.

 

The sales persons are put through basic sales training. In addition, they receive ongoing training in sales techniques and methods.This includes weekly, monthly and quarterly training events. This training enables sales staff to gain the skills necessary to advance through the Redding Radio organization, and also allows them to gain the skills to move up to larger markets and positions them for management opportunities.

 

All departments practice cross-training, in order to prepare for future opportunities.Redding Radio also supplies employees with specific scheduled trainings with Arbitron and RAB as well as outside training classes.

 

3

Participation in community events

Our staff conducts station tours for school classes and other groups introducing them to all the career possibilities in radio.

 

 

IV. ORGANIZATIONS WHICH SHOULD BE NOTIFIED OF JOB OPENINGS (EEO PROCESS):

 

Group

Address

Contact

Phone

Fax

Email

Comments

California Indian Manpower Consortium

2540 Hartnell, Suite 1,

Redding 96002

Deanna Quintana, manager

222-1004

222-4830

 

Prefer fax. They pay 50% of newpersonís salary.

Latino Outreach of Tehama County

P. O. Box 395

Red Bluff 96080

Fernando Villegas

527-5631 x3068

345-3214

villegasf@tcha.net

Will email to everyone

Native American Christian Outreach

P. O. Box 423, Anderson, CA 96007

Wanda (or Arnold) Wilkes

365-7020

 

 

Prefer U.S.

Mail.

Natl. Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People

21520 Old Alturas Rd.Redding 96003

Mr. Keevil Nichols

549-5131

 

 

Prefer U.S. Mail.Will add to newsletter.

NorCal Center on Deafness

849 Mistletoe Lane (P O Box 494476) Redding 96002

Tina Cook, Kin Mihan

221-1639, 223-2571

221-8143

 

Prefer fax. Suggested by SHHH Dudley Runnels.

Northern Hispanic Latino Coalition

P.O.Box 155

Anderson, CA 96007

Theresa Bible, chair

225-0257

 

 

Annual family Hispanic Fair

reddinghelpwanted.com

online

 

 

 

reddinghelpwanted.com

Post on web

Shasta College CalWORKS work study program (@ Smart Business Resource Center)

1201 Placer St. Redding 96001

Rose Amaru

245-1559

 

arose@thesmartcenter.biz

Prefer email.They pay 50% of new personís salary.

Shasta County Mien Community

P O Box 492614

Redding 96049-2614

Mey Chao-Lee

225-5956

 

mchaolee@co.shasta.ca.us

Prefer email.

Shasta County Veterans Service

2625 Breslauer Way #4,

Redding

Dave Lanford

225-5846

245-6534

dalanford@co.shasta.ca.us

Prefer email.Will post.

Shasta Twenty-first Century Career Connections

1135 Pine Street,Suite 205

Redding96001-0750

Sue Sawyer

245-1014

 

snsawyer@shasta.com

Prefer email. Serve post-high school.

Smart Business Resource Center

1201 Placer St. Redding 96001

Stephanie Jewell

246-7911

245-1504

jstephanie@shastasmart.com

Prefer email.Will post.

South East Asian Christian Ministry

2315 Placer Street, Redding 96001-1541

Alice McFadden

515-8400, 241-5802

 

seacm@snowcrest.net

Prefer email. Serve refugees & immigrants.

Tehama County Social Services

310 S. Main, Red Bluff 96080

Lupe Massie

528-4174

 

lmassie@tcdss.org

Email.

Workability Transition Alliance

12077 Lake Blvd. Redding 96003-0701

Sue Sawyer

245-1014

 

snsawyer@shasta.com

Prefer email.

Serve post-high school.