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EEO Report

FCC EEO-KVNO

 

Required information placed in on-line public inspection file and on KVNO’s website.

 

Full time positions filled since January 22, 2021 – January 21, 2022

No full time positions filled during this time period.

 

Prong 3 from January 22, 2020 to January 21, 2022 Outreach and Recruitment – 2 initiatives within a two-year period

 

Initiative 1

Establishment of an internship program designed to assist members of our community in acquiring the skills that are necessary for employment in radio broadcasting.

 

KVNO typically offers both paid and unpaid part-time internship positions to qualified applicants in membership/development, fundraising and underwriting, on-air announcing, audio production editing, music library management, broadcast news and arts reporting. These internships generally last for one semester but can be renewed or extended at the discretion of KVNO management.  Due to continued COVID-19 restrictions on the campus of the University of Nebraska at Omaha, KVNO was unable to sponsor interns on a regular basis.  We are pursuing interns for both the spring and fall semesters of 2022.

 

Initiative 2

When speaking to a group or giving a tour of the studio, KVNO Managers take the opportunity to include the following:   “The University of Nebraska at Omaha and KVNO are equal opportunity employers.  Job opportunities at KVNO are posted on KVNO’s website.  Please visit KVNO.org for information.

 

Although many community events and public tours of KVNO studios and operations have greatly declined due to the pandemic, KVNO typically participates in them with interested civic organizations and individuals in the community.  During these events, participants are notified that KVNO is an equal opportunity employer and anyone interested in employment at KVNO will find open jobs posted on our website or on the University Employment website.  When speaking to loca1 community groups, KVNO staff members are instructed to include a mention that KVNO is an equal employment opportunity employer and all job vacancies at KVNO are posted on our website or on the university employment website. KVNO also has a portable display booth that we set up at concert events, art fairs, performance venues, etc., and employment and EEO information is posted on the display.  KVNO was unable to conduct Classical Kids tours and visit schools most of this year due to the pandemic; however, we did record remote interviews with each of them and sent their certificates and scholarships.  Our Classical Kids Showcase was held on October 30, 2021, and each winner received additional gifts.

 

 

 

 

 

Classical Kid remote interviews were held on the following dates:

 

February 22, 2021

March 15, 2021

April 12, 2021

May 7, 2021

June 10, 2021

July 19, 2021

August 10, 2021

September 20, 2021

October 8, 2021

October 14, 2021   (November honoree)

October 15, 2021   (December honoree)

January 11, 2022

 

Tours and Speaking Engagements:

 

February 2, 2021
Local TV station KMTV met with KVNO Station Manager to tape a news story and tour the facility.

 

February 12, 2021
Local personality Dave Webber met with KVNO Station Manager to discuss collaborations and tour the facility.

 

March 9, 2021

KVNO Station Manager met on premises with representatives from the Omaha Chamber Music Society to discuss a joint collaboration.

 

March 22, 2021
KVNO Station Manager met with a representative of the JPII Newman Center on the campus of UNO to discuss collaborations and tour the KVNO facility.

 

August 16, 2021
A representative from Omaha Magazine met in the KVNO Studios with KVNO Assistant General Manager to discuss collaboration and tour the studios.

 

September 7, 2021
PACE’s Program Manager met in the KVNO Studios with KVNO Assistant General Manager to record an interview and tour the studios.

 

December 8, 2021
KVNO Assistant General Manager met with the Omaha Symphony’s Pops Conductor at the studio for an interview and tour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Initiative 3

Establishment of training programs designed to enable station personnel to acquire skills that could qualify them for higher-level positions.

 

All KVNO Managers and other full-time staff employees are eligible for college tuition reimbursement and are encouraged to further their education in order to broaden their horizons, learn new skills, update old skills, and be in a better position for job advancement opportunities when they arise. Many staff members have taken advantage of this opportunity.  All are encouraged to do so.

 

The KVNO General Manager and the KVNO Assistant General Manager regularly mentor college students interested in a career in broadcasting on an ongoing basis.

 

All full time KVNO staff took the Clifton Strengths assessment and received coaching on their top five strengths.

 

The KVNO General Manager serves as president of The Knowledge Network, a consortium of Omaha area schools, community colleges and universities that airs student productions on cable channels in the metro area. He attends quarterly meetings of that organization.

 

The KVNO General Manager is a member of the Omaha Press Club board of directors and attends monthly meetings.

 

The KVNO General Manager is a Nebraska Region member of the Midwest Broadcast Journalists Association and attends quarterly meetings. Unfortunately, due to COVID, the Association has been unable to hold their annual professional development conference.

 

The KVNO General Manager attended the newsroom professional development session of the Nebraska Broadcasters Association in August 2021.

 

The KVNO Assistant General Manager attended the Public Media Development and Marketing Conference on-line annual conference            July 13-22, 2021.

 

The KVNO Assistant General manager attended the Nebraska Broadcaster’s Association Annual Conference August 11-13, 2021.

 

The KVNO Assistant General Manager attended the Public Radio Program Directors on-line annual conference September 13-15, 2021.

 

The KVNO Assistant General Manager attended six round tables hosted by Greater Public on various aspects of public radio management.

 

The KVNO Development Director successfully completed a major giving course provided by Veritus Group in March 2021.  The course was tailored to public radio development and covered various aspects of a major gift program: prospecting, cultivation, solicitation, acknowledgement, etc. It also included materials on creating a major gift pipeline through mid-level giving.

 

The KVNO Business Manager attended virtual seminars and training programs related to business and accounting practices at UNO, including New Electronic Hiring Services via DocuSign! on February 9, 2021; Wage & Hour Report/F1 Payroll detail report training on February 18, 2021; UNO Fiscal Year End Presentation on May 25, 2021; and UNO Personnel Action Form Instruction on October 29, 2021.  The KVNO Business Manager also participated in the following Corporation for Public Broadcasting Webinars: CPB OIG Lessons Learned From Our Audits Better Compliance Part I on January 26, 2021; CPB OIG Lessons Learned From Our Audits Better Compliance Part II on February 23, 2021; How To Accept Your Station’s CSG Award Offer on September 16, 2021; Intro to Financial Reporting on September 29, 2021; What is NFFS? On October 6, 2021; and SAS (All Sections – TV and Radio) on January 11, 2022.

 

All full-time staff at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) is encouraged to participate in the Re-imagining U courses that are now offered on campus in conjunction with UNMC. The KVNO Assistant General Manager attended several Reimaging U courses offered by UNO on management dealing with the topics of employee engagement.

 

KVNO management makes every effort to modify employee work schedules to accommodate and promote the furthering of our employees’ education.  KVNO managers also attend offsite, onsite and online training seminars that are related to their area of expertise and to gain knowledge in related areas that benefit the organization at large.

 

 

Initiative 4

Provision of training to management level personnel as to methods of ensuring equal employment opportunity and preventing discrimination.

 

All KVNO employees have earned certification as having completed the UNO-Report=Support! Faculty/Staff Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Training provided by UNO’s Office of Diversity, Equity, Access and Inclusion.  The Corporation for Public Broadcasting requires (relative to our yearly grant) all KVNO staff members (full and part-time), student workers and unpaid interns to have earned certification as having completed their Harassment and Bias Prevention Training.

KVNO managers are encouraged to attend meetings and seminars on campus that are sponsored by the university on issues relating to updated Title IX enforcement provisions, identifying and eliminating discrimination of all kinds in the workplace, as well as issues related to workplace/domestic violence and regulatory updates relative to the Americans with Disabilities Act.

 

Supervisory Training has been incorporated into the Re-Imagining U courses that are now offered on campus in conjunction with UNMC.  Examples include: Corrective Action Plans, Developing You, FMLA / ADA, Hiring Best Practices, Generational Ethics at Work.

 

 

The University of Nebraska at Omaha and Classical 90.7 KVNO are Equal Opportunity employers.  Job opportunities at Classical 90.7 KVNO, when

available, will appear on this website.  To apply for an available position at Classical 90.7 KVNO, you must use the University of Nebraska at Omaha Human Resources website.

 

Steps for Recruitment and Hiring to Comply with the FCC’s EEO Rules and Policies for KVNO-FM.

Adoption of Program, Outreach and Prong One.

  1. A job description must be created. Use forms to assist in the preparation of a job description. The KVNO hiring manager may also contact Lolita Schumacher, Manager, Payroll, Compensation and Records at 402.554.2739.

An approved job description is necessary for the position to be classified and a salary range developed. The job description and classification must be done before a job requisition can be prepared and sent to cabinet and before a job posted.

Once the classification information is received by the KVNO Assistant General Manager, factors in making final salary decisions include: budget constraints, internal equity, market relevance, and internal value of the position, within KVNO and UNO.

  1. After the position is classified, the designated KVNO hiring manager should create and submit a requisition for the position. Contact Employment at 402.554.3668 in Human Resources for further instructions on how to create a job posting in PeopleAdmin or download the PeopleAdmin User Guide.
  2. A position may be posted for recruitment in one of three ways:
  1. External – open to everyone, both University and non-University applicants. Most positions are posted external.
  2. University employees only (requires Employment approval) – the position would be open to all University employees, including those from University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the University of Nebraska at Kearney, the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and Central Administration.
  3. Department Only (requires Employment approval) – a search may be limited to those within the department who are current regular part-time or full time employees hired through the regular UNO competitive search process (not a temporary employee).
  1. The Employee Success Specialist will post the position after Senior Executive Leadership approval. All positions must be posted for a minimum of seven (7) calendar days.

All open positions are posted on the UNO website, the State Employment website, NEWorks and UNO’s Handshake page. For any additional advertising of the position, the KVNO hiring manager will let the UNO Employment Office know. The Employment Office will post all formal advertisements (ads) that do not require a professional association membership.  The Employment Office will issue Ad Copy for KVNO’s use in placing ads on websites used by professional associations and social media ads. All Full Time Open Positions at KVNO are advertised in national and regional publications or websites to ensure the broadest possible outreach. KVNO is responsible for all advertising expenses.

  1. All applicants, both internal and external, will be instructed to apply through the UNO Employment site unomaha.peopleadmin.com. The Office of Human Resources in Room 205 of the Eppley Administration Building has computers for applicants to use and will assist applicants with the process if necessary.

6. All applications are screened. Those who meet the minimum requirements will be forwarded to the KVNO hiring manager via PeopleAdmin. Except in the case of prior arrangements, all applicants must be screened through the Employment Office. Those applicants not meeting the minimum qualifications for the job are notified via PeopleAdmin immediately.

KVNO is responsible for reviewing the referred candidates and selecting those to be interviewed. Contact the Employee Success Specialist, at 402.554.3668 if you do not find a suitable candidate after interviewing from the referred applicants. The request should include reasons why the candidates initially referred were not acceptable.

A KVNO search committee is required for Senior Level Managerial/Professional positions and strongly recommended for all other positions. All search committee members will need to attend search committee training.  The Employee Success Consultant, at 402.554.3668 can assist you with giving access for the KVNO search committee to see applications.  Base reviews on qualifications, education, experience, knowledge, skills and abilities. Document decisions on the applicant log. Identify the applicants you wish to interview. Each search must have four finalists for interviews.

  1. The KVNO hiring unit may request that the position be re-posted and re-advertised if a suitable candidate is not found out of the initial pool of candidates referred, or if the job requirements change. Contact the Employment Office for assistance with this process.
  2. After identifying the candidates the KVNO Hiring Committee would like to interview, move them in the workflow to “Request for Interview.” This list of names will go to the Equity, Access and Diversity officer. The EAD officer will review the short list and approve interviews. If this step is skipped, approval for offer will be held until it is completed. The KVNO Search Chair/Manager (if one is listed) will receive a system-generated email.
  3. Once interviews are completed, KVNO should conduct reference checks of the top two candidates’ current and previous employers.Prior to contacting references, please let the candidate know you plan to make the calls. This allows the candidate time to alert the reference to expect the call.  Conducting reference checks with supervisors of current and former UNO employees is strongly recommended. It is important to be consistent in conducting all reference checks.
  4. Prior to making an offer of employment, the KVNO hiring manager will email unemployment@unomaha.edu interview summary notes and reference check notes. This Request for Offer should include all summaries of applicants interviewed and address qualifications of each, and why they are or why they are not being hired. An offer should not be made until the Employment Office has approved the summary notes and received the reference notes. At the time of summary note approval, the posting will be closed to further applicants.

Make a verbal offer to the chosen applicant. If the offer is accepted, notify the Employment Office.  If the offer is not accepted, contact the Employment Office to discuss the next candidate.

If the verbal offer is accepted, ensure the candidate understands that the verbal offer is contingent on the background check being returned in good standing.  HR initiates the background check process. The KVNO hiring manager sends the candidate the link to access the background check form. Background checks must be performed on all new hires and all internal hires whose last background check is more than 12 months old.  Contact HR for the background check information if needed: 402.554.3668.

After the background check is completed, if other testing is required for the position, initiate said testing.  KVNO’s hiring manager will be notified by the Employment Office when final hiring is approved. At that time, the KVNO hiring manager will send the applicant the official offer letter using UNO’s official hiring templates.  This letter should not be sent until the background check and any physical testing has been completed and approval has been received from the Employment Office.

  1. Contact Human Resources once the posting should be closed. Postings can be closed before the position is filled if the hiring manager feels that they have an adequate pool of applicants and feels confident that a hire can be made from said pool.

The KVNO hiring manager will disposition all applicants to their appropriate workflow throughout the hiring process.  Applicants who applied to the position and/or participated in the interviewing process need to receive notification that the position has been filled via PeopleAdmin within 30 days of the hire being made.

Contact The Employee Success Specialist, at 402.554.3668 if you have questions.

  1. All newly hired regular employees (Office/Service and Managerial/Professional) must serve a six-month original probationary period. This probationary period is an extension of the selection process and is used to determine an employee’s suitability for UNO employment.
  2. KVNO and New Hire will complete the following and submit to the Office of Human Resources: The following employment documentation must be completed and received in HR no later than 1 week prior to the new employee’s start date:
  • Personnel Action Form (PAF)
  • Personnel Data Form (PDF)
  • Copies of Offer Letter and Acceptance
  • I-9 Form
  • E-Verify
  • Direct Deposit Form
  • Federal W-4 Form
  • Nebraska W-4N Form
  • Self-Identification of Disability
  • Veteran Self ID Post Offer
  • UNO Policy Acknowledgement
  • UNO Security Agreement
  • NU Confidentiality Non-Disclosure Information Security Agreement

The I-9 must be completed to give access to all systems.  Do not wait until the new employee’s first day of work to complete the I-9 Verification section.  I-9’s for international hires must be completed in Human Resources. Failure to do so will result in delay of many essential services for new employees, including but not limited to obtaining their MavCard on the first workday, which allows physical access and parking.  One of HR’s primary focuses is to ensure that all new employees have the best possible on-boarding experience possible.  This starts with the timely submission of accurate employment information and will require some advance planning on KVNO’s part.

If the employee is new to UNO, he/she should meet with Human Resources to arrange benefits.

  1. All materials pertaining to the recruitment process must be maintained within the department official files for a period of four years starting from the successful candidate’s start date. These materials will be important to KVNO in the event KVNO has to respond to any legal action or inquiry in connection with the hiring process.

Prong Two.

KVNO will notify referral organizations on file that have requested information on job vacancies of each full time employment opportunity at KVNO. Requests must be made in writing and include the necessary contact and forwarding information for verification purposes. These requests must be mailed or forwarded to the attention of KVNO Business Manager, KVNO Radio, CPACS 200, 6001 Dodge Street, Omaha Nebraska 68182.  KVNO Management will also reach out to existing recruitment organizations in the community.

 

Documentation of above:

 

January 2022

Reviewed by Sherry L. Brownrigg, Assistant General Manager and Carolyn Schwinck, Business Manager

January 2021

Reviewed by Sherry L. Brownrigg, Assistant General Manager and Carolyn Schwinck, Business Manager

January 2020

Reviewed by Chris W. Allen, General Manager and Carolyn Schwinck, Business Manager.

January 2019

Reviewed by Dana Buckingham, Assistant General Manager / Program Director and Carolyn Schwinck, Business Manager.

 

 

INFORM EMPLOYEES AND RECOGNIZED EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATIONS OF THE POLICY AND PROGRAM AND ENLIST THEIR COOPERATION.

 

University Policies / University of Nebraska at Omaha is available online for all employees.  Titles are alphabetized, and the Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Statement is the fifth item on the list.

 

Programs offered on campus to employees.  Employees notified through daily emails (Maverick Daily) and flyers.  Examples follow:

 

January 12, 2021 – TIAA Webinar “Beginning to Save for Retirement”

January 13, 2021 – TIAA Webinar “Quarterly Economic and Market Update, Turn Your Retirement Into a ‘Paycheck for Life’”

January 14, 2021 – TIAA Webinar “10 Predictions for 2021; The 411 on 519 College Savings Plans”

January 22, 2021 – Register for Virtual Spring 2021 Re-Imagining U Courses – New offerings include “Employee Development Coaching”, “Omaha’s Diverse Foremothers”, “Yoga for Mental Health”, “Grit” and “Effective Meetings” just to name a few.  Technology training includes Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote.

January 26, 2021 – KEES: Managing Your Money – Budgeting and Saving Webinar

January 27, 2021 – A & S Virtual Seminar Series “A Conversation on Vaccines”

January 28, 2021 – The Ethics of Enrolling Minors in COVID-19 Vaccine Trials (presented virtually)

February 3, 2021 – A Conversation with Sherry Turkle: Technology, Empathy, Ethics and the COVID-19 Pandemic.

February 4, 2021 – Title IX Workshop for Faculty and Instructors

February 4, 2021 – Black History Month: Addressing Health Disparities in the African American Community

February 11, 2021 – Human Rights and Anti-Racism: How is Anti-Racism Practiced in the Community

February 11, 2021 – One-on-one consultations for employees, with the retirement advisors from TIAA and Fidelity, can be done digitally.

February 11 – Campus Conversations on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Mentoring Faculty of Color and/or Women in Male-Dominated Fields

February 17, 2021 – ACDC: Virtual All Majors Career And Internship Fair

February 23, 2021 – Administrative Professionals Series: GRIT. Topic of Resilience.

February 24, 2021 – A & S Virtual Seminar Series: Brains and Minds

February 24, 2021 – Connecting With Your Students: Best Practices in Humanizing Online Teaching and Learning

February 26, 2021 – Augmented Reality and the Applications of Human Movement and Medical Care

February 26, 2021 – Working with Sponsored Programs and Research on Proposal Submissions

March 1-5, 2021 – Women and Public Policy Week – Ruth: Just Ginsberg in Her Own Words; 3/3 – Twenty Years After UN Resolution 1325: Why Women Matter for Peace and Security; 3/4 – Centering Black Women, Femmes & Girls in Nebraska Policy; 3/5 No Limits! 2021 Conference at UNO – 25 Years of Understanding and Enhancing Public Service in a Democratic and Diverse Society: A Conversation with Susan T. Gooden, Ph.D.

March 8, 2021 – Microaggression Awareness Program

March 9, 2021 – Curious People, Big Ideas: UNO in the Fight and Prevention of Terrorism

March 10, 2021 – Microaggression Awareness Program

March 11, 2021 – Campus Forum: Campus Conversations on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – Academic Leadership Development

March 15, 2021 – Aging with Passion and Purpose Conference: Unmasking COVID-19 – virtual conference – partnership by UNO’s Department of Gerontology and the Grace Abbott School of Social Work

March 16, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “The Secure Act Revealed” and “Strategies for Staying on Track”

March 17, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “Social Security Basics” and “Retiring in the New Normal”

March 19, 2021 – ‘Keep Calm and Cook On’ provides a healthy cooking lesson – Virtual 90-minute presentation is a partnership between UNO, UNMC and Metropolitan Community College

March 23, 2021 – Administrative Professional Series: GRIT. Perris Scott, administrative associate in the UNMC College of Allied Health Professions, will present on the topic of Inspiration

March 24, 2021 – TIAA Webinar “Estate Planning Basics”

April 2, 2021 – Title IX: Creating a Culture of Support

April 8, 2021 – UNO Employees invited to attend Pre-Retirement Seminar.  The seminar, designed for faculty and staff over the age of 50, is being hosted virtually by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

April 13, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “Paying Yourself: Income Options in Retirement” and “Making It Easier For You: Online Tools and Resources”

April 14, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “Quarterly Economic and Market Update” and “The Power of Saving”

April 15, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “Attention to Detail—Financial Finishing Touches” and “Making Gifts to Loved Ones and Charities”

April 18, 2021 – Batchelder Lecture: The Archaeology of Jewish Resistance in the Holocaust.  Presented by Richard Freund, Ph.D., Christopher Newport University

April 22, 2021 – Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Listening Session

April 28, 2021 – Religious Freedom and the Jews: Collective Rights and Modern States

May 7, 2021 – Title IX: Creating a Culture of Support

May 11, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “Halfway There – A Retirement Checkpoint”; “Paycheck for Life”

May 12, 2021 – TIAA Webinars:  “Responsible Investing – Portfolios with Purpose”; “Money at Work 2 – Sharpening Investment Skills”

May 13, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “529 College Savings Plans”; “Health Savings Accounts”

June 8, 2021 – Grant Writing Workshop

June 16, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “Introduction to Alternative Investments: Real Estate” and “Well-Rounded Retirement: An Overview”

July 13-15, 2021 – TIAA Webinars

August 17, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “Foundations of Investing, Marketproof Your Retirement”

August 18, 2001 – TIAA Webinars: “Looking to Turn Your Retirement Savings into Paycheck for Life”, and “Postcards From the Future: A Woman’s Guide to Saving and Investing”

August 19, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “Social Security Basics Strategies for Married Couples” and “Financial Housekeeping for Now and Later”

September 16, 2021 – Military Courts, Civil-Military Relations, and the Legal Battle for Democracy: The Politics of Military Justice

October 7, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “Understanding Health Savings Accounts”

October 13, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “Quarterly Economic and Market Update” “Income Options in Retirement”

October 14, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “Within Reach – Transitioning from Career to Retirement”; “Be A Cyber-Hero: Help Protect You, Your Family, And Your Money”

October 22, 2021 – The Philosophy of Brains, Minds and Machines Symposium

November 1-2, 2021 – Microaggression Awareness Program

November 4, 2021 – Health and Wellness Fair

November 10, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “Financial Housekeeping for Now and Later” and “Lifetime Income: Marketproof Your Retirement”

November 11, 2021 – TIAA Webinars: “Financial Finishing Touches” and “Strategies for Staying on Track”

 

 

 

 

 

 

UNO Manager/Supervisor Training

 

Supervisory Training has been incorporated into the Re-Imagining U courses that are now offered on campus in conjunction with UNMC.  Examples include: Corrective Action Plans, Developing You, FMLA / ADA, Hiring Best Practices, Generational Ethics at Work.

 

 

New Employee Orientations were held live on:

 

February 23, 2021

March 30, 2021

May 25, 2021

June 29, 2021

 

Beginning in July, HR switched to an online, self-paced format.

 

Mandatory Compliance Training. All Faculty, Staff and Students are expected/required to complete the UNO-Report=Support! Faculty/Staff Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Training provided by UNO’s Office of Diversity, Equity, Access and Inclusion. The training is available through Firefly—the University of Nebraska’s Learning Management System – Bridge.  Training must be completed every year.

 

University departments such as Criss Library, Sponsored Programs and Research, Accounting Services and Information Technology Services frequently announce free training programs for employees that will update and enhance skills.

 

 

 

COMMUNICATE THE POLICY AND PROGRAM AND ITS EMPLOYMENT

NEEDS TO SOURCES OF QUALIFIED APPLICANTS WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, OR SEX AND SOLICIT RECRUITMENT ASSISTANCE;

 

 

Documentation:

“The University of Nebraska at Omaha and KVNO are equal opportunity employers. If you would like to learn about job opportunities at KVNO, please see our web page, KVNO.org.”

On Air Announcement-Dates announced

Web site – June 29, 2004 to present

KVNO.org EOE report “ The University of Nebraska at Omaha and KVNO are equal opportunity employers.”

KVNO.org Employment Opportunities  “The University of Nebraska at Omaha and KVNO are equal opportunity employers.  Job opportunities at KVNO, when available, will appear on this website.

 

Affidavit of Performance – Specific #

From: 01/01/2021 To: 12/31/2021

KVNO

 

Air Date          Air Time          Title

01/01/2021   02:05:29.012   PSA-EOE

01/03/2021   05:00:35.303   PSA-EOE

01/04/2021   00:12:25.826   PSA-EOE

01/05/2021   02:00:39.044   PSA-EOE

01/06/2021   00:01:00.483   PSA-EOE

01/07/2021   00:08:51.796   PSA-EOE

01/07/2021   19:30:46.266   PSA-EOE

01/08/2021   03:29:47.192   PSA-EOE

01/10/2021   00:30:05.336   PSA-EOE

01/10/2021   18:32:17.761   PSA-EOE

01/11/2021   08:32:05.958   PSA-EOE

01/12/2021   03:02:46.941   PSA-EOE

01/13/2021   00:01:00.236   PSA-EOE

01/13/2021   18:43:32.203   PSA-EOE

01/14/2021   08:46:52.458   PSA-EOE

01/14/2021   12:27:37.003   PSA-EOE

01/15/2021   02:00:10.424   PSA-EOE

05/03/2021   05:00:35.360   PSA-EOE

05/05/2021   05:00:35.315   PSA-EOE

05/05/2021   21:59:35.678   PSA-EOE

05/06/2021   03:31:07.249   PSA-EOE

05/07/2021   15:00:06.622   PSA-EOE

05/08/2021   03:11:54.327   PSA-EOE

Air Date          Air Time         Title

05/09/2021   22:05:29.727   PSA-EOE

05/10/2021   16:22:54.410   PSA-EOE

05/11/2021   02:00:06.347   PSA-EOE

05/11/2021   19:05:59.220   PSA-EOE

05/12/2021   06:13:41.557   PSA-EOE

05/13/2021   05:00:36.134   PSA-EOE

05/13/2021   22:05:30.671   PSA-EOE

05/14/2021   16:27:40.814   PSA-EOE

05/15/2021   04:17:00.249   PSA-EOE

05/17/2021   00:00:51.435   PSA-EOE

05/17/2021   16:30:56.004   PSA-EOE

05/18/2021   23:03:16.176   PSA-EOE

05/19/2021   07:42:20.792   PSA-EOE

05/20/2021   06:12:58.430   PSA-EOE

05/21/2021   00:27:22.549   PSA-EOE

05/21/2021   18:42:18.906   PSA-EOE

05/22/2021   00:56:20.741   PSA-EOE

05/23/2021   22:17:51.208   PSA-EOE

05/25/2021   06:15:08.104   PSA-EOE

05/26/2021   00:00:39.179   PSA-EOE

05/26/2021   17:23:32.102   PSA-EOE

05/27/2021   06:00:37.295   PSA-EOE

05/28/2021   00:01:01.212   PSA-EOE

05/29/2021   04:12:28.548   PSA-EOE

05/31/2021   00:01:00.810   PSA-EOE

05/31/2021   17:00:38.620   PSA-EOE

05/31/2021   17:21:33.978   PSA-EOE

06/01/2021   02:00:07.702   PSA-EOE

06/01/2021   19:05:59.167   PSA-EOE

06/02/2021   08:39:11.148   PSA-EOE

06/03/2021   07:39:54.811   PSA-EOE

06/04/2021   02:00:07.657   PSA-EOE

06/04/2021   16:00:36.018   PSA-EOE

06/06/2021   00:23:09.824   PSA-EOE

06/07/2021   02:16:02.208   PSA-EOE

06/07/2021   21:59:35.960   PSA-EOE

06/08/2021   16:30:11.266   PSA-EOE

06/09/2021   06:13:49.907   PSA-EOE

06/10/2021   12:10:16.443   PSA-EOE

06/11/2021   00:01:00.267   PSA-EOE

06/11/2021   17:00:36.631   PSA-EOE

06/12/2021   05:07:55.033   PSA-EOE

06/14/2021   00:05:07.981   PSA-EOE

06/14/2021   18:31:46.877   PSA-EOE

 

Air Date          Air Time         Title

06/15/2021   02:06:26.803   PSA-EOE

06/15/2021   22:04:48.922   PSA-EOE

06/18/2021   22:06:58.858   PSA-EOE

06/20/2021   17:35:24.898   PSA-EOE

06/21/2021   06:17:54.335   PSA-EOE

06/21/2021   22:06:09.114   PSA-EOE

06/22/2021   08:45:28.708   PSA-EOE

06/23/2021   00:01:00.920   PSA-EOE

06/23/2021   17:48:17.053   PSA-EOE

06/24/2021   06:15:21.094   PSA-EOE

06/25/2021   00:06:22.343   PSA-EOE

06/25/2021   18:32:03.184   PSA-EOE

06/27/2021   00:21:47.076   PSA-EOE

06/28/2021   02:04:00.033   PSA-EOE

06/28/2021   21:59:35.057   PSA-EOE

06/29/2021   06:18:59.191   PSA-EOE

07/01/2021   06:19:06.037   PSA-EOE

07/02/2021   00:00:31.386   PSA-EOE

07/02/2021   17:23:45.635   PSA-EOE

07/04/2021   05:18:26.523   PSA-EOE

07/05/2021   00:08:42.514   PSA-EOE

07/05/2021  18:34:16.758   PSA-EOE

07/06/2021   02:00:06.110   PSA-EOE

07/06/2021   19:05:59.214   PSA-EOE

07/07/2021   06:12:18.714   PSA-EOE

07/08/2021   02:00:06.314   PSA-EOE

07/08/2021   21:59:33.707   PSA-EOE

07/10/2021   04:23:59.469   PSA-EOE

07/11/2021   00:15:56.578   PSA-EOE

07/12/2021   02:18:47.739   PSA-EOE

07/12/2021   21:59:36.166   PSA-EOE

07/13/2021   03:16:11.348   PSA-EOE

07/13/2021   22:12:07.739   PSA-EOE

07/15/2021   06:15:30.207   PSA-EOE

07/16/2021   02:00:06.112   PSA-EOE

07/16/2021   19:39:02.097   PSA-EOE

07/19/2021   03:05:56.052   PSA-EOE

07/19/2021   21:59:35.975   PSA-EOE

07/20/2021   16:25:50.273   PSA-EOE

07/21/2021   06:13:02.679   PSA-EOE

07/22/2021   00:01:00.847   PSA-EOE

07/22/2021   17:18:01.235   PSA-EOE

07/23/2021   08:41:08.240   PSA-EOE

07/23/2021   22:29:32.863   PSA-EOE

07/25/2021   04:12:15.448   PSA-EOE

Air Date          Air Time         Title

07/26/2021   00:47:03.863   PSA-EOE

07/26/2021   18:28:16.867   PSA-EOE

07/27/2021   06:15:19.431   PSA-EOE

07/28/2021   00:15:16.958   PSA-EOE

07/28/2021   18:29:31.874   PSA-EOE

07/29/2021   06:23:52.327   PSA-EOE

07/30/2021   02:00:06.896   PSA-EOE

07/30/2021   19:39:01.907   PSA-EOE

08/01/2021   00:10:18.788   PSA-EOE

08/02/2021   02:05:12.876   PSA-EOE

08/02/2021   21:59:37.683   PSA-EOE

08/03/2021   16:34:19.302   PSA-EOE

08/04/2021   05:00:35.267   PSA-EOE

08/04/2021   22:10:19.931   PSA-EOE

08/06/2021   10:49:11.127   PSA-EOE

08/07/2021   02:08:05.561   PSA-EOE

08/08/2021   21:59:36.177   PSA-EOE

08/09/2021   16:00:36.149   PSA-EOE

08/10/2021   05:00:35.390   PSA-EOE

08/10/2021   22:16:21.693   PSA-EOE

08/11/2021   16:00:37.262   PSA-EOE

08/12/2021   00:12:53.075   PSA-EOE

08/12/2021   18:34:31.301   PSA-EOE

08/13/2021   09:26:12.204   PSA-EOE

08/13/2021   16:28:42.145   PSA-EOE

08/13/2021   22:12:44.481   PSA-EOE

08/15/2021   04:14:34.259   PSA-EOE

08/16/2021   06:17:38.119   PSA-EOE

08/16/2021   22:04:42.135   PSA-EOE

08/17/2021   08:43:59.795   PSA-EOE

08/18/2021   00:18:36.859   PSA-EOE

08/18/2021   18:39:16.914   PSA-EOE

08/19/2021   02:00:05.463   PSA-EOE

08/19/2021   21:59:33.951   PSA-EOE

08/20/2021   03:25:10.465   PSA-EOE

08/20/2021   20:27:09.358   PSA-EOE

08/22/2021   22:18:05.579   PSA-EOE

08/23/2021   16:53:32.780   PSA-EOE

08/24/2021   05:00:35.452   PSA-EOE

08/24/2021   22:06:11.227   PSA-EOE

08/25/2021   05:00:34.646   PSA-EOE

08/26/2021   02:07:35.687   PSA-EOE

08/27/2021   06:00:37.223   PSA-EOE

08/27/2021   22:05:58.208   PSA-EOE

08/29/2021   00:12:41.650   PSA-EOE

Air Date          Air Time         Title

08/30/2021   02:06:18.711   PSA-EOE

08/30/2021   06:23:16.405   PSA-EOE

08/31/2021   00:01:00.827   PSA-EOE

09/01/2021   06:17:21.570   PSA-EOE

09/01/2021   18:35:45.970   PSA-EOE

09/02/2021   00:13:08.449   PSA-EOE

09/02/2021   18:48:01.622   PSA-EOE

09/03/2021   08:38:04.324   PSA-EOE

09/03/2021   22:27:25.737   PSA-EOE

09/05/2021   04:26:31.606   PSA-EOE

09/06/2021   05:00:35.715   PSA-EOE

09/06/2021   12:00:34.681   PSA-EOE

09/07/2021   03:02:49.414   PSA-EOE

09/07/2021   22:03:08.912   PSA-EOE

09/08/2021   08:45:56.404   PSA-EOE

09/09/2021   08:14:33.318   PSA-EOE

09/10/2021   02:00:04.562   PSA-EOE

09/10/2021   19:50:17.643   PSA-EOE

09/12/2021   00:15:57.167   PSA-EOE

09/13/2021   02:05:18.975   PSA-EOE

09/13/2021   06:42:41.833   PSA-EOE

09/14/2021   03:51:26.507   PSA-EOE

09/15/2021   07:15:19.088   PSA-EOE

09/16/2021   00:07:19.362   PSA-EOE

09/16/2021   18:30:46.647   PSA-EOE

09/17/2021   08:37:14.691   PSA-EOE

09/17/2021   22:54:45.340   PSA-EOE

09/19/2021   04:08:17.797   PSA-EOE

09/20/2021   00:11:27.691   PSA-EOE

09/20/2021   16:00:35.258   PSA-EOE

09/21/2021   06:17:10.294   PSA-EOE

09/21/2021   19:05:59.280   PSA-EOE

09/22/2021   14:33:48.342   PSA-EOE

09/23/2021   06:16:57.035   PSA-EOE

09/23/2021   22:59:35.879   PSA-EOE

09/24/2021   16:27:57.512   PSA-EOE

09/25/2021   05:27:42.582   PSA-EOE

09/27/2021   00:09:20.070   PSA-EOE

09/27/2021   13:29:58.684   PSA-EOE

09/27/2021   17:23:23.678   PSA-EOE

09/28/2021   05:36:50.543   PSA-EOE

09/28/2021   19:05:59.207   PSA-EOE

10/01/2021   15:33:18.021   PSA-EOE

10/01/2021   16:25:20.988   PSA-EOE

10/02/2021   04:14:32.589   PSA-EOE

Air Date          Air Time         Title

10/03/2021   21:59:35.245   PSA-EOE

10/04/2021   13:17:44.919   PSA-EOE

10/04/2021   15:21:52.471   PSA-EOE

10/04/2021   16:18:51.811 PSA-EOE

10/05/2021   05:00:37.997 PSA-EOE

10/05/2021   19:05:59.573 PSA-EOE

10/06/2021   07:36:39.145 PSA-EOE

10/07/2021   02:00:37.886 PSA-EOE

10/07/2021   18:46:34.456 PSA-EOE

10/08/2021   14:01:09.288 PSA-EOE

10/09/2021   04:21:06.594 PSA-EOE

10/11/2021   00:01:00.925 PSA-EOE

10/11/2021   16:44:05.018 PSA-EOE

10/12/2021   05:00:38.850 PSA-EOE

10/12/2021   19:05:59.584 PSA-EOE

10/13/2021   05:00:35.046 PSA-EOE

10/13/2021   18:39:33.851 PSA-EOE

10/14/2021   14:55:50.908 PSA-EOE

10/15/2021   06:13:41.872 PSA-EOE

10/15/2021   17:30:09.811 PSA-EOE

10/18/2021   00:01:07.583 PSA-EOE

10/18/2021   16:41:35.254 PSA-EOE

10/19/2021   06:20:52.274 PSA-EOE

10/19/2021   19:05:59.157 PSA-EOE

10/20/2021   15:05:42.692 PSA-EOE

10/21/2021   00:45:47.503 PSA-EOE

10/21/2021   16:45:22.544 PSA-EOE

10/22/2021   02:00:31.639 PSA-EOE

10/22/2021   19:43:01.990 PSA-EOE

10/23/2021   00:55:10.439 PSA-EOE

10/25/2021   05:00:36.148 PSA-EOE

10/25/2021   19:26:14.192 PSA-EOE

10/26/2021   07:52:40.767 PSA-EOE

10/27/2021   06:16:43.914 PSA-EOE

10/28/2021   02:00:36.644 PSA-EOE

10/28/2021   22:59:36.575 PSA-EOE

10/30/2021   02:00:12.238 PSA-EOE

10/31/2021   17:34:00.863 PSA-EOE

11/01/2021   08:30:17.404   PSA-EOE

11/02/2021   00:12:07.923   PSA-EOE

11/02/2021   16:23:04.471   PSA-EOE

11/03/2021   06:18:05.106   PSA-EOE

11/03/2021   17:47:18.026   PSA-EOE

11/04/2021   02:00:34.849   PSA-EOE

 

Air Date          Air Time         Title

11/05/2021   14:42:14.144   PSA-EOE

11/06/2021   04:13:02.663   PSA-EOE

11/07/2021   22:04:40.276   PSA-EOE

11/09/2021   06:20:31.694   PSA-EOE

11/09/2021   19:05:59.341   PSA-EOE

11/10/2021   15:00:10.228   PSA-EOE

11/11/2021   06:14:18.512   PSA-EOE

11/11/2021   22:59:35.765   PSA-EOE

11/12/2021   02:00:40.548   PSA-EOE

11/12/2021   18:41:34.105   PSA-EOE

11/13/2021   05:06:46.619   PSA-EOE

11/15/2021   15:00:00.497   PSA-EOE

11/16/2021   07:36:25.551   PSA-EOE

11/17/2021   15:24:18.325   PSA-EOE

11/18/2021   06:17:32.326   PSA-EOE

11/18/2021   22:59:33.437   PSA-EOE

11/19/2021   03:04:15.781   PSA-EOE

11/19/2021   12:06:01.644   PSA-EOE

11/19/2021   21:54:57.329   PSA-EOE

11/21/2021   04:28:35.648   PSA-EOE

11/22/2021   08:13:37.074   PSA-EOE

11/22/2021   16:20:41.778   PSA-EOE

11/23/2021   02:50:04.361   PSA-EOE

11/24/2021   00:36:27.078   PSA-EOE

11/24/2021   17:04:00.577   PSA-EOE

11/24/2021   19:06:59.193   PSA-EOE

11/25/2021   16:18:42.738   PSA-EOE

11/26/2021   16:22:58.371   PSA-EOE

11/26/2021   17:00:39.859   PSA-EOE

11/27/2021   00:04:57.952   PSA-EOE

11/28/2021   17:34:57.008   PSA-EOE

11/29/2021   16:25:00.167   PSA-EOE

12/01/2021   08:30:52.121   PSA-EOE

12/02/2021   03:52:40.416   PSA-EOE

12/03/2021   06:12:41.310   PSA-EOE

12/05/2021   01:59:59.182   PSA-EOE

12/06/2021   00:10:14.546   PSA-EOE

12/06/2021   22:59:36.603   PSA-EOE

12/08/2021   06:13:32.955   PSA-EOE

12/09/2021   06:18:34.915   PSA-EOE

12/10/2021   06:14:57.367   PSA-EOE

12/11/2021   03:27:38.987   PSA-EOE

12/17/2021   00:55:45.217   PSA-EOE

12/17/2021   21:34:13.180   PSA-EOE

12/18/2021   00:01:05.528   PSA-EOE

Air Date          Air Time         Title

12/19/2021   00:43:42.435   PSA-EOE

12/21/2021   00:01:00.562   PSA-EOE

12/21/2021   19:05:59.213   PSA-EOE

12/22/2021   22:59:35.711   PSA-EOE

12/23/2021   05:00:34.524   PSA-EOE

12/24/2021   07:42:07.112   PSA-EOE

12/26/2021   00:00:51.168   PSA-EOE

12/27/2021   05:00:35.193   PSA-EOE

12/28/2021   05:38:54.064   PSA-EOE

12/29/2021   05:00:35.178   PSA-EOE

12/30/2021   05:00:35.772   PSA-EOE

12/31/2021   07:33:04.282   PSA-EOE

 

 

 

 

 

CONDUCT A CONTINUING PROGRAM TO EXCLUDE PREJUDICE AND DISCRIMINATION FROM PERSONNEL POLICIES, PRACTICES, AND WORKING CONDITIONS

 

 

In 2021 KVNO:

Continues to adhere to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting stipulation requiring all KVNO staff members (full and part-time), student workers and unpaid interns to have earned certification as having completed their Harassment and Bias Prevention Training on a yearly basis.

KVNO’s Music Director search committee includes a DEIA advocate as an external member.

 

In 2021 UNO:

UNO provides sexual harassment training to all faculty, staff, and students on an annual basis through the University of Nebraska’s Learning Management System – Bridge.  Additionally, Title IX personnel offer special topics training through the Center for Faculty Excellence regularly focusing on expected reporting requirements and Title IX classroom considerations.

 

Brief highlights of a few of the formal DEI Activities during 2021:

  • Several Trainings offered to UNO include but not limited to:

Micro-Aggressions

Safe Space Training

Blind Opportunity: Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

Hollaback! Bystander Intervention LGBTQ+

Bridging Worlds with Words

Race Based Trauma

  • Numerous listing sessions hosted on campus (virtual) to discuss both local and national issues surrounding racial unrest

 

 

In 2020 KVNO:

Continues to adhere to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting stipulation requiring all KVNO staff members (full and part-time), student workers and unpaid interns complete Title IX Sexual Harassment training on a yearly basis.

 

In 2020 UNO:

UNO conducts sexual harassment (Title IX) training electronically for staff, faculty, and students.  Additionally, Title IX personnel offer special topics training through the Center for Faculty Excellence regularly, focusing on expected reporting requirements and Title IX classroom considerations.

 

 

 

 

 

Brief highlights of a few of the formal DEI Activities during 2020:

  • Several Trainings offered to UNO include but not limited to:

Micro-Aggressions

Valuing People

Ouch Training-That Stereotype Hurts

Safe Space Training

  • Started Pilot DEI Certificate Program (Cohort Program made of diverse representation from faculty and staff.)
  • Numerous listing sessions hosted on campus (virtual) to discuss both local and national issues surrounding racial unrest
  • Created and filled a new Senior Level Role—Associate Vice Chancellor of Diversity, Equity, Access and Inclusion (July)
  • Introduced a new Strategic Initiative (Investment) that solicited proposals to deal with Race, Class and Inequity Issues
  • Strategic Forum held that focused solely on DEI issues.
  • National Speaker brought with primary focus on race.
  • Numerous initiatives focused on faculty to include but not limited to:

Formation of a Faculty DEAI Committee

Establishing the Associate Vice Chancellor of Diversity, Equity, Access and

Inclusion on search committee guidelines that promoted more inclusive

practices.

Targeted training on such topics as Tokenism.

 

In 2019 KVNO:

Continues to adhere to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting stipulation requiring all KVNO staff members (full and part-time), student workers and unpaid interns complete Title IX Sexual Harassment training on a yearly basis.

 

In 2019 UNO:

Title IX Sexual Harassment training is mandatory for all faculty, staff and students. The training is available by Firefly and must be completed every two years.

 

 

In 2018 KVNO:

A new Corporation for Public Broadcasting stipulation requires all KVNO staff members (full and part-time), student workers and unpaid interns complete Title IX Sexual Harassment training on a yearly basis.

 

In 2018 UNO and UNMC

Combined supervisory and other training into the Re-Imagining U courses that are now offered on campus in conjunction with UNMC. Courses focusing on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion include: Appreciating Difference, Safe Space Training, and Valuing People.

 

 

CONDUCT A CONTINUING REVIEW OF JOB STRUCTURE AND EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES AND ADOPT RECRUITMENT, JOB DESIGN, AND OTHER MEASURES NEEDED TO ENSURE EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE FULLY IN ALL ORGANIZATIONAL UNITS, OCCCUPATIONS, AND LEVELS OF RESPONSIBILITY.

 

 

1/29/2018

Procedures reviewed by Assistant General Manager / Program Director and Business Manager.

 

1/28/2019

Procedures reviewed by Assistant General Manager / Program Director and Business Manager.

 

1/30/2020

Procedures reviewed by General Manager and Business Manager.

 

1/27/2021

Procedures reviewed by Assistant General Manager and Business Manager.

 

1/31/2022

Procedures reviewed by Assistant General Manager and Business Manager.