Reduction in Force
A RIF or Furlough Analysis can be done before layoffs in order to analyze EEO implications, or they can be done afterwards to understand and possibly defend the process used to determine terminated employees.
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Factors to consider when conducting a Reduction in Force (RIF) EEO Analysis
It’s important to have an expert review your reduction in force (RIF) to ensure that the staffing changes don’t result in adverse impact. DCI consultants provide RIF analytics based on such categories as race/ethnicity, sex, and age. We can customize these analytics to consider variables like performance ratings, tenure, incentive offers, and other eligibility metrics.
RIF or Fulough Analyses can be done before layoffs or furlough decisions in order to analyze EEO implications, or they can be done afterwards to understand and possibly defend the process used to determine terminated employees.
When conducting a RIF analysis, there are many factors to consider.