Rachel Monroe, M.S.

Rachel Monroe, M.S.

HR Analyst
Rachel Monroe is an HR Analyst working on the compliance team at DCI. In this role, she assists with the development of affirmative action plans and EEO/VETS reporting.

Rachel joined the team in August 2016, after receiving her graduate degree in May 2016. Rachel received her Master of Science degree via the Industrial/Organizational Psychology track and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Missouri State University.

During her first year of graduate studies, Rachel worked in the Office of Diversity & Inclusion at Missouri State assisting the student population with disability accommodation services. In fulfillment of her graduate degree requirements, Rachel completed a human resources internship at AMP New Zealand, a financial services company. During her second year of graduate studies, Rachel was awarded a Teaching Assistantship in the Psychology Department at Missouri State to manage the HELP desk (a statistical and research design consulting center for undergraduate and graduate students). Rachel has practical experience and working knowledge of data management and statistics, and skills with a variety of data analysis programs (e.g., EXCEL, SPSS, and R).

Rachel Monroe, M.S. ’s Recent Posts

The EEOC delivered the final rule on affirmative action for individuals with disabilities in federal employment—an amendment to Section 501 regulations. This rule further clarifies…  Read more
The election has passed, and soon there will be changes at OFCCP. These changes primarily include a new politically appointed OFCCP Director and the shifts…  Read more
Similar to the Massachusetts Pay Equity law passed earlier this year, California Governor Jerry Brown signed an additional anti-wage discrimination bill on Sept. 30th that…  Read more
On August 1, 2016, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, signed “an act to establish pay equity.” The law passed unanimously in the House and Senate to…  Read more
On August 1, 2016, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker,  Read more