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EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT

 

For the reporting period of 10/01/2012 through 09/30/2013

 

 

This report covers the following station employment unit (SEU):

 

Licensee / Permittee Name

Call Sign and Type

Community of License (City, State)

FCC Facility ID Number

LMA

Salem Media of Hawaii, Inc.

KAIM–FM

Honolulu, HI

10950

N/A

Salem Media of Hawaii, Inc.

KHCM–FM

Honolulu, HI

34620

N/A

Salem Media of Hawaii, Inc.

KKOL-FM

Aiea, HI

70384

N/A

Salem Media of Hawaii, Inc.

KGU-FM

Honolulu, HI

641

N/A

Salem Media of Hawaii, Inc.

KGU(AM)

Honolulu, HI

53705

N/A

Salem Media of Hawaii, Inc.

KHCM(AM)

Honolulu, HI

10934

N/A

Salem Media of Hawaii, Inc.

KHNR(AM)

Honolulu, HI

16742

N/A

 

 

I.                 VACANCY LIST

The following is a list of all vacancies for full-time jobs filled during the reporting period and the recruitment source (“RS”) that referred the person hired for each vacancy:

 

Job No.

Job Vacancy Title

Recruitment Source that Referred Hired Person

Date Filled

RS’s Contacted to Fill Vacancy

1

Traffic / Sales Assistant

Employee Referral

12/17/12

4,5,6,7,18,19,21,22

2

Administrative Assistant

Employee Referral

1/7/13

4,5,6,7,18,19,21,22

3

Account Executive

Rehire

2/4/13

4,5,6,7,18,19,24

4

Promotions Director

Internal Promotion

4/22/13

N/A

5

Chief Engineer

Corporate Recruitment

6/3/13

4,5,6,7,18,19,26

6

*Production Assistant / Board Operator

*Part-time to Full-time position

8/19/13

4,5,6,7,18,19,21

7

On Air Host / Production Assistant

Craigslist.com

6/10/13

4,5,6,7,18,19,21,22

8

Program Director / On-Air Talent

Internal Promotion

7/1/13

N/A

9

Account Executive

Rehire

7/22/13

4,5,6,7,18,19,24

 

*Recruitment performed when person was hired part-time.

 

 

 

II.               RECRUITMENT SOURCE LIST

During the reporting period, the following recruitment sources (“RS”) were contacted as vacancies for full-time SEU jobs opened.  There were a total of 29 people interviewed for full-time positions.

 

RS No.

Recruitment Source

(*)

Address, Telephone and Contact Person of RS

Number of Interviewees Referred by RS

* Denotes those organizations that requested notification of vacancy information

 1

Alulike, Inc.

 

567 S. King Street, #400

Honolulu, HI 96819

(808) 535-6730

Contract: Roberta Lee

Email: rolee@alulike.org

 

2

Asian American Journalist Association

 

(808) 529-4302

Contact: Gene Park

Email: aajahi@gmail.com

 

3

Careerbuilder

 

www.Careerbuilder.com

 

4

Christian Jobs

 

Salem Communication

Email: karen.davenport@salem.cc

 

5

Craig’s List

 

www.honolulu.craigslist.org

12

6

Indeed.com

 

www.indeed.com

 

7

Hawaii Association of Broadcasters, Inc.

 

P.O. Box 22112

Honolulu, HI  96823

(808) 599-1455

 

8

Hawaii Korean Chamber of Commerce

 

P.O. Box 2296

Honolulu, HI 96804

(808) 544-3581

 

9

Hawaiian Native Corp.

 

900 Fort Street Mall, #1700

Honolulu, HI  96813

(808) 536-5500

Email: aloha@dawson8a.com

 

10

Hawaii Minority Suppliers

 

Email:

Info@hawaiimsc.org

 

11

Hispanic Center of Hawaii

 

P.O. Box 6346

Kaneohe, HI 96744

(808) 285-0012

Email: info@centrohispanohawaii.com

 

12

The Honolulu Advertiser

 

P.O. Box 30210

Honolulu, HI 96820-0210

Contact: Clint Schroeder

 

13

Japanese American Society of Hawaii

 

P.O. Box 1412

Honolulu, HI 96806

(808) 524-4450

Email: admindir@jashawaii.org

 

14

Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii

 

2454 S. Beretania Street

Honolulu, HI 96826

(808) 945-7633

Email: info@jcch.com

 

15

League of Woman Voters of Hawaii

 

49 South Hotel Street, #314

Honolulu, HI 96813

(808) 531-7448

Susan Dursin

Email: voters@lwv-hawaii.com

 

16

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

 

Email: naacphawaii@aol.com

 

17

National Association of Korean Americans

 

Email: nakausa@naka.org

 

 

 

18

Salem Communications Corporation

 

4880 Santa Rosa Road

Camarillo, CA 93012

(805) 987-0400

Contact: Karen Davenport

Email: Karen.davenport@salem.cc

 

19

University of Hawaii

 

Career Development Services Employer's

www.hawaii.edu

http://career.uhh.hawaii.edu/admin/user_

apply.php

1

20

United Chinese Society

 

42 N. King Street

Honolulu, HI 96817

Contact: Henry

(808) 536-4621

Email: ucshawaii@hawaiiantel.net

 

21

Ad 2 Honolulu

 

jobs@ad2honolulu.org

1

         OTHER SOURCES OF INTERVIEWEES

No.

Description of Other Sources

Number of Interviewees

22

Employee Referral

3

23

Unsolicited Resumes

 

24

KAIM, KHCM, KKOL, KHUI, KGU, KHNR, KHCM Radio

 

25

Internal – Transfer or Promotion

2

26

Corporate Recruitment

10

Total Number of Interviewees

29

 

 

III.              OUTREACH INITIATIVES

The following outreach initiatives were completed by the SEU during the reporting period:

 

A. Management Training:

1.       The Salem Manager of Human Resources conducts monthly HR Network Training sessions via teleconference and Powerpoint presentations, which includes review of EEO policies and compliance.  The SEU’s Business Manager participates in these training sessions each month and then routinely communicates with the SEU’s General Manager and other management team members to keep all apprised of the company and SEU’s policy on equal employment. 

 

2.         The SEU participates in an on-line program entitled “Employment Law Training” (E.L.T.), which is an ongoing program for all entry level managers and above to train them in methods of ensuring equal opportunity and preventing discrimination. Training modules include two hours of “Preventing Workplace Harassment” and a module covering all forms of anti-discrimination.  During this reporting period, ­­­­1 SEU employee participated in the ELT program.

 

3.         Director of Sales of the SEU went to corporate headquarters in Camarillo in January 2013 for training. The in-depth training covered EEO compliance regulation, public outreach activities, audit checklists, and Public File requirements. In addition, the training included hiring & promotion practices to maintain compliance.   

 

 

B.    Scholarship Program:  

 

Participates in Scholarship programs for Hawaii Association of Broadcasters, Inc. (HAB) for students who are interested in careers in the broadcasting industry.  The SEU pays yearly dues and a portion is allocated to the scholarship program.  Our General Manager is on the Board of Directors and participates in the selection process. 

 

 

C.    Job Bank Outreach Efforts:

 

Participates in advertising for full-time positions to job banks to provide general information about opportunities in broadcasting and to encourage women and minorities to consider future employment in broadcasting.  During the reporting period, the following job banks were contacted:

 

1.     Hawaii Association of Broadcasters, Inc.

2.     University of Hawaii Career Development Center

 

 

D.    Internship Program:

 

The SEU has an established internship program. The objective of this program is to provide students the opportunity to work with a major market media group. Through this experience the student is able to learn more about careers in the broadcasting industry. The Promotions Director, along with the Business Manager, work with the students in establishing their schedule and internship work responsibilities. During this reporting period, the following students participated in the program:

 

 

September – December 2012: Two interns from University of Hawaii participated.

 

September 2013 – Present: Two interns from University of Hawaii are participating.

 

 

 

 

 


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