Renew Your EEO Services with HR Anew Onsite and Online Training Solutions

Federal and private sector expertise 

Innovation that goes beyond regulatory and employer requirements

Designed of Investigators,  Counselors, Mediators Managers, Supervisors, and Non-supervisory Employees

EEO Certification, Refresher, and Competency Training Workshops

EEO, Diversity, Inclusion, Career Management, & Human Capital Management Seminars

Outstanding Investigators, Counselors, Mediators, Instructors, and Instructional Design team with 100+ years combined expertise

Hundreds of successfully trained graduates

Approved provider of  CEU, SHRM, & HRCI recertification credits

HR Anew offers a range of EEO services supported by a fully trained and qualified staff of EEO practitioners. Our services include:

EEO Counseling

Alternative Dispute Resolution & Mediation

EEO Investigations

EEO Reporting

EEO, Diversity, and Inclusion Training

EEO Counseling

HR Anew provides EEO counseling for aggrieved persons who believe they have been discriminated against on the basis of characteristics protected under various Federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations. HR Anew’s certified EEO counselors serve as neutral third parties who mediate and conciliate the issues presented in an informal manner, as quickly as possible, at the early stage of a complaint. If resolution is not achieved, our EEO counselors ensure prompt and efficient processing of the discrimination complaint.

Alternative Dispute Resolution & Mediation

HR Anew promotes healthy communication between parties and works to reduce workplace conflict. We provide qualified mediators who facilitate open discussion between parties involved in conflicts and/or alleged discrimination. HR Anew mediators serve as neutral third parties and are trained to help the parties involved develop creative solutions to disputes. HR Anew mediators seek to ensure that the process engages all parties to seek a resolution that is positive and mutually agreeable. Let HR Anew’s team of experts help.

EEO Investigations

When your organization faces an EEO complaint, as uncomfortable as it may be, your obligation is to investigate it promptly, thoroughly, and impartially, giving the same high level of care to every step of the investigation process.

Our fully trained, qualified, and certified EEO Investigators perform neutral, confidential, fact-finding investigations in a timely manner by conducting interviews and document reviews. We develop an impartial and factual record to facilitate findings and recommendations on claims of discrimination. Let HR Anew’s team of experts help.

EEO, Diversity, and Inclusion Training

EEO, diversity, and inclusion best practices are part of the fundamental skill set for high-achieving organizations’ executives, managers, supervisors, and non-supervisory staff. Everyone in a workplace must understand their employer’s vision, mission, culture, policies, procedures, and best practices to foster and contribute to a work environment that proactively embraces diversity and inclusion.

We offer a wide range of off-the-shelf EEO, diversity and inclusion instructor-led, e-learning, webinars, and mobile training programs that are customized to meet specific client organizational needs. Our training programs incorporate all adult learning styles and are highly engaging, interactive, accurate, and fun, with continuous opportunities for participants to practice skills and apply knowledge.

We include innovative technologies, vignettes, graphics, music, case studies, exercises, small-group discussions, polling, role-plays, assessments, and dynamic multimedia in our training materials. The end result is that participants complete our training programs inspired to apply their learning and armed with an enhanced ability to proactively solve emerging EEO, diversity, and inclusion challenges in the workplace.

Annual EEO Reports

HR Anew develops important, and often, required, annual EEO reports. Organizations with 100 or more employees and government contractors with 50 or more employees and at least one federal contract (or subcontract of $50,000 or more) are required to file annual EEO reports.

These reports provide the government with data on gender, race, and ethnicity by job groupings. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) also reviews these reports when investigating EEO claims. Additionally, legal firms and other businesses often find this report data relevant. These reports can be key to supporting discrimination claims or defending against such claims.