Voluntary Identification

The EEO compliance process involves collecting demographic data from our workforce, and we kindly ask for your cooperation in this endeavor.

As a federal contractor, B4Corp is obligated by law to maintain a record of certain employee and candidate information, including gender, race/ethnicity, disability, and veteran status. We are also required to report this information to the US Department of Labor.  Therefore, we are implementing best practices to actively engage everyone in the voluntary self-identification process.

These questionnaires are entirely optional, but we strongly encourage your participation. Your decision to participate or not will not result in any adverse treatment. However, if you choose not to participate, we will need to make determinations regarding your gender and race/ethnicity based on available documentation or observation. Therefore, voluntary self-identification is preferred.

Please take the time to review and complete the following three forms if you choose to do so and email them to hr@b4corp.com:

Additional Information:

How Will This Information Be Used and Stored?

The self-identification data you provide will be collected, summarized, and reported to the US Department of Labor in strict confidence. We take the confidentiality of your personal information seriously and will make every effort to protect it. The information will only be used in accordance with applicable laws.

Are There Other Benefits to Self-Identification?

By understanding the demographics of our workforce, we can better support your needs. This information helps us develop strategies and initiatives that promote inclusivity and equality within our organization.

B4Corp’s Commitment to Equal Opportunity

We want to emphasize that B4Corp is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to providing equal employment opportunities to all individuals. We do not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, veteran or military status, disability, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. This commitment extends to all aspects of employment, including recruitment, hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, training, compensation, benefits, disciplinary action, termination, or any other condition of employment.