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RADIO RESULTS

KGGF-AM/FM – KUSN – KQQF

Coffeyville, Kansas

 

 

EEO REPORTING

February 1, 2015 – January 31, 2016

 

 

 

KGGF-AM, KUSN-FM; Coffeyville, KS

KGGF-FM; Fredonia, KS

KQQF-FM; Dearing, KS

 

All four (4) stations are combined in a sole operation configuration and thus are a single employment unit.

 

 

Responsibilities of Management/Enforcement/Dissemination of EEO Policies

 

John Leonard, General Manager of KGGF-KUSN, has overall responsibility of hiring and of enforcing all EEO policies and to continually review our employment unit’s performance and adherence to the Commission’s EEO rules. 

 

All current employees have been advised of our stations’ EEO policies and have received a written copy of same.  Future employees will be advised of our EEO policies during the interview process. Employees have been encouraged to advise their immediate supervisor of any complaints they may have of prejudice or discrimination in the workplace.

 

 

Analysis of EEO Recruitment Programs/ Effectiveness/Pay/Benefit/Promotion  and Selection Techniques

 

 

KGGF-KUSN, constantly analyzes its EEO Recruitment Program and to its effectiveness and outreach. Our pay and benefit plans are equitable for each appropriate position, and we attest that KGGF-KUSN, does not discriminate in hiring or promotion on the basis of sex, age, race or nationality. Our policy is to afford the opportunity for employment to all qualified persons.

 

LIST OF ALL FULL-TIME VACANCIES FILLED FOR THE PERIOD

FEBRUARY 1, 2015 – JANUARY 31, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

Position                                   Date Hired      Source of Hire

 

Account Representative          5/4/2015          Radio Results Career Fair

 

Account Representative          9/8/2015          Employee Referral – J Leonard

 

On-Air Program                      1/1/2016          In-House Promotion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Three (3) full-time employees hired during this EEO reporting period.

YEARLY TOTAL NUMBER OF INTERVIEWS

 

 

TOTAL NUMBER OF INTERVIEWEES REFERRED BY EACH RECRUITMENT SOURCE

 

 

 

Total Number of interviews for full time vacancies                       11

 

 

                                                           

                        Employee Referrals                                      5         

 

                        KGGF-KUSN, Inc. Career Fair                 2         

 

                        Coffeyville Community College                   3

 

                        In House Promotion                                      1

 

                       

 

                       

                       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIST OF RECRUITMENT SOURCES

USED FOR JOB VACANCIES

 

 

Radio Results Group                                                  On-Air Ad

 

RadioResultsGroup.com                                             Website

 

Coffeyville Got Jobs                                                   Website

Coffeyville Chamber of Commerce                            Stacia Meek

PO Box 457                                                                620-251-2550

Coffeyville, KS  67337

 

Coffeyville Community College                                 Billy Durham

400 West 11th Street                                                   620-251-7700

Coffeyville, KS  67337                                               Lisa Kuehn

                                                                                    (620) 252-7137

 

RRG – Kansas Works                                                 Pam Hann

Independence Civic Center                                        620-431-2375

 

NAACP                                                                      Human Resource Dept.

Barton County Branch Unit #4028

PO Box 311

Great Bend, KS  67530

 

Kansas Association of Broadcasters                           Human Resources Dept.

214 SW 6th Street

Suite 300

Topeka, KS  66603

 

Independence Chamber of Commerce                       Lisa Wilson

322 N. Penn                                                                (620) 331-1890

Independence, KS  67301

 

Employee Referral                                                      John Leonard

                                                                                    General Manager

                                                                                    Radio Results Group

                                                                                   

                                                                                    Denise Gates

                                                                                    Traffic

                                                                                    Radio Results Group

 

                                                                                    Judi Alexander

                                                                                    Account Representative

                                                                                    Radio Results Group

SUPPLEMENTAL OUTREACH INITIATIVES

February 1, 2015 – January 31, 2016

RADIO RESULTS

KGGF-AM/FM – KUSN - KQQF

Coffeyville, KS

 

 

 

 

 

1st Initiative                                         KGGF-KUSN sponsored and organized a job fair at this employment unit’s main office and studios at 306 West 8th Street in Coffeyville, Kansas. This career fair was promoted on air by all four stations that are a part of this employment unit.  The Fair was held April 7, 2015 6 pm – 7 pm. Staff members from this employment unit that participated in the event included John Leonard, General manager, Judy Alexander, Account Representative and Lance Allred, Program Director.  Prospective employees had the opportunity to view a power point presentation that outlines various career opportunities within our company and the skills required for a successful career in broadcasting. Participants were able to visit with and ask questions of current employees in Sales, Programming, etc., as well as complete employment applications and schedule job interviews.

 

 

 

 

2nd Initiative                                                    Participated in an internship program in conjunction with Coffeyville Community College. One intern participated in this program during this EEO reporting period from January 2015 – April 2015.  The intern participating was Terran Gorges. This was a paid internship position in which the student worked a varied schedule so as not to conflict with his class schedule, spending 3 to 8 hours hours per week. The student learned and received practical, hands-on experience, in commercial copywriting and production as well a news reporting, writing and anchoring with basic production skills.

 

                                                                        Also, a second intern came on board January 2016 for the winter semester. This student is learning practical, hands-on experience, in commercial copywriting and production as well a news reporting, writing and anchoring with basic production skills.

 

                                                                        This employment unit also initiated to develop an intern program with Field Kindley High School, but there were no interns available for this EEO reporting period.

 

3rd Initiative                                                     Sponsored the SEK Home and Recreation Show on April 25, 2015 from 9am – 4pm at the Rec Center at Walter Johnson Park in Coffeyville, KS.

                                                                       

                                                                        During this event this employment entity operated a booth where prospective employees could learn from our radio staff about various broadcasting opportunities within our radio group. In addition, employment applications were distributed and accepted from those interested in broadcasting employment.

 

                                                                        Station personnel participating in this event included John Leonard, General Manager, Sales Representative Judi Alexander and Programming Personnel Lance Allred.

 

 

 

 

                                                                        Although we were scheduled to co-sponsor a job fair mid spring or late fall 2015 with Coffeyville Community College, it did not transpire due to not being held.

 

Activities to fulfill:                                         Plan to continue our intern partnership with Coffeyville Community College. Our contact at the college is Billy Durham, Chair of the Broadcast Communications Department. Through this partnership, students enrolled in the broadcast department receive hands-on, practical training in such areas as commercial copy writing and production alongside various program elements. Student interns spend an average of four (4) hours per week at our Coffeyville facility and are evaluated periodically by General Manager John Leonard and department personnel pertaining to the broadcast aspect. Copies of the written evaluation are forwarded to Mr. Durham for the intern’s file in order to receive course credit for participation within this program.

 

                                                                        Also, next reporting period, this employment unit will again seek to develop such an intern partnership with Field Kindley High School as well.

 

 

 

This employment unit is also planning to sponsor a career fair at our premises either mid spring or late fall 2016 to participants interested on the broadcasting industry.

 

 

This employment unit is also planning to co-sponsor with Coffeyville Community College a job fair mid spring or late fall 2016.

 

This unit is also planning to sponsor the SEK Home and Recreation show on April 23, 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

RADIO RESULTS

KGGF-AM/FM – KUSN – KQQF

Coffeyville, Kansas

 

 

EEO REPORTING

February 1, 2016 – April 30, 2016

 

 

KGGF-AM, KUSN-FM; Coffeyville, KS

KGGF-FM; Fredonia, KS

KQQF-FM; Dearing, KS

 

All four (4) stations are combined in a sole operation configuration and thus are a single employment unit.

 

 

Responsibilities of Management/Enforcement/Dissemination of EEO Policies

 

John Leonard, General Manager of KGGF-KUSN, has overall responsibility of hiring and of enforcing all EEO policies and to continually review our employment unit’s performance and adherence to the Commission’s EEO rules. 

 

All current employees have been advised of our stations’ EEO policies and have received a written copy of same.  Future employees will be advised of our EEO policies during the interview process. Employees have been encouraged to advise their immediate supervisor of any complaints they may have of prejudice or discrimination in the workplace.

 

As of May 1, 2016 this entire employment unit was sold to SEK Media, Inc., owner Kevin Potter. Therefore, due to this transaction SEK will be responsible for EEO Reporting May 1, 2017 forward.  SEK Media has retained current General Manager, John Leonard to continue station operations.

 

Analysis of EEO Recruitment Programs/ Effectiveness/Pay/Benefit/Promotion  and Selection Techniques

 

 

KGGF-KUSN, constantly analyzes its EEO Recruitment Program and to its effectiveness and outreach. Our pay and benefit plans are equitable for each appropriate position, and we attest that KGGF-KUSN, does not discriminate in hiring or promotion on the basis of sex, age, race or nationality. Our policy is to afford the opportunity for employment to all qualified persons.

LIST OF ALL FULL-TIME VACANCIES FILLED FOR THE PERIOD

FEBRUARY 1, 2016 – APRIL 30, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

Position                                   Date Hired     Source of Hire

 

 

 

 

No new fulltime hires during this EEO Reporting Period of 2/1/2016-        4/30/2016.

 

 

 

 

 

YEARLY TOTAL NUMBER OF INTERVIEWS

 

 

TOTAL NUMBER OF INTERVIEWEES REFERRED BY EACH RECRUITMENT SOURCE

 

 

 

Total Number of interviews for full time vacancies                         0

 

 

No interviews conducted during this EEO Reporting Period as no fulltime hires were made.

                       

 

                       

                       

 

LIST OF RECRUITMENT SOURCES

USED FOR JOB VACANCIES

 

 

Radio Results Group                                                     On-Air Ad

 

RadioResultsGroup.com                                               Website

 

Coffeyville Got Jobs                                                     Website

Coffeyville Chamber of Commerce                               Stacia Meek

PO Box 457                                                                 620-251-2550

Coffeyville, KS  67337

 

Coffeyville Community College                         Billy Durham

400 West 11th Street                                                    620-251-7700

Coffeyville, KS  67337                                     Lisa Kuehn

                                                                                    (620) 252-7137

 

NAACP                                                                       Human Resource Dept.

Barton County Branch Unit #4028

PO Box 311

Great Bend, KS  67530

 

Kansas Association of Broadcasters                             Human Resources Dept.

214 SW 6th Street

Suite 300

Topeka, KS  66603

 

 

 

 

 

SUPPLEMENTAL OUTREACH INITIATIVES

February 1, 2016 – April 30, 2016

RADIO RESULTS

KGGF-AM/FM – KUSN - KQQF

Coffeyville, KS

 

 

 

 

 

1st Initiative                               Participated in an internship program in conjunction with Coffeyville Community College. One intern participated in this program during this EEO reporting period from February 1, 2016 – March 3, 2016.  The intern participating was Jared Sleppy. This was a paid internship position in which the student worked a varied schedule so as not to conflict with his class schedule, spending 3 to 8 hours hours per week. The student learned and received practical, hands-on experience, in sports reporting and play by play sports broadcasting.

 

                                                                         

 

                       2nd Initiative                               Sponsored the SEK Home and Recreation Show on April 23, 2016 from 9am – 3pm on the Campus of Independence Community College West located at 2615 W. Main Street, Independence, Kansas.

                                                                       

                                                                        During this event this employment entity, made applications available to interested parties. Prospective job seekers were able to discuss opportunities with our personnel about careers with the broadcast industry within our Employment Unit.

 

                                                                        Station personnel participating in this event included John Leonard, General Manager, Sales Representatives Judi Alexander, Mike Kimmons and Janice Vineyard.

 

 

 

 

                                                                         

 

Activities to fulfill:                                              Plan to continue our intern partnership with Coffeyville Community College. Our contact at the college is Billy Durham, Chair of the Broadcast Communications Department. Through this partnership, students enrolled in the broadcast department receive hands-on, practical training in such areas as commercial copy writing and production alongside various program elements. Student interns spend an average of four (4) hours per week at our Coffeyville facility and are evaluated periodically by General Manager John Leonard and department personnel pertaining to the broadcast aspect. Copies of the written evaluation are forwarded to Mr. Durham for the intern’s file in order to receive course credit for participation within this program.

 

                                                                       

This employment unit is also planning to co-sponsor with Coffeyville Community College a job fair mid spring or late fall 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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