If you are using artificial intelligence to weed out applicants, you want to ensure that the
system you use does not disqualify qualified applicants. Not only do you want to ensure you are
able to consider all qualified applicants during this challenging hiring period, but if you are a
federal contractor, you will have hiring and documentation requirements. If you have at least
four employees, you are covered under the New Mexico Human Rights Act (HRA) and if you
have fifteen employees, you are covered under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. If you receive a
claim that your hiring process adversely affects protected classes, you may have to
demonstrate that your process does not negatively affect any group or groups of protected
classes. If you do use artificial intelligence in hiring don’t miss the following OFCCP and EEOC
roundtable on artificial intelligence and hiring.
OFFCP and EEOC HIRE Event-Save the date
Tuesday, September 13, 11:00 PM-1:30 PM MST
In addition, if you haven’t signed up for the following Human Resources Management
Association (HRMA) event on diversity, equity, and inclusion, please see below for registration.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Event
Held by HRMA at Fogo de Chao
Thursday, September 15, 2022
9:00 AM-4:30 PM with an 8:15 AM registration and a 4:30 PM networking event
If you or your management staff want to learn more about hiring, compliance, and/or DEI,
contact Southwestern HR Consulting (SWHRC) today. We can provide online or in-person
trainings on a variety of HR issues.
Written by | Magdalena Vigil-Tullar
HR Consultant | MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, CLRP