KKIN & KFGI Radio Stations
94.3 FM, 930 AM & 101.5 FM Stereo
FCC EEO Narrative Statement
Since its inception, Red Rock Radio, LLC (the “Company”) has been an equal opportunity employer. This Company-wide policy is set forth in our Emplooyee Manual. It states:
“The Company” is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, physical or mental disability, or conditions specifically prohibited by federal, state and local legislation.
This non-discrimination policy has been widely distributed to all employees and managers and has been placed in the public inspection file as well as here on this website.
The Employee Manual also states with respect to its anti-harassment policy that:
Throughout its history, the Company has adopted an on-going management policy to oversee and insure that all personnel policies and practices and working conditions are free from all unlawful forms of employment discrimination. Within the Company, managers work closely with all employees to increase equality of opportunity to fully integrate them into all organizational entities and levels or responsibility. The Company has continually scrutinized its pay scale and employment benefits for all employees with the same duties to eliminate any unjustified disparity based upon an employee’s race, national origin, color or sex. The Company’s recruiting and hiring policies have always been and continue to be based upon the first principle that job-related qualifications are the touchstone of the employee selection process and that hiring decisions are entirely free from any explicit or implicit preferences based upon race, national origin, color or sex.
The Company has provided on site and off site training to all management officials on the day-to-day practices that underline the primacy of crediting and maintain or equal opportunity employment Environment Company wide.
The specific features of the Company program include:
Posting of full-time job vacancies on the stations’ website;
Distribute to Minnesota Broadcasters Association notices of full-time job vacancies with a request that they post the notice on their websites;
Periodically air spots promoting the fact that employment information/job vacancies may be found on its website;
Send notices of job openings to all referral organizations which have asked to be placed on the station’s mailing list for its posting and expand the mailing lst to include local broadcast organizations;
Advertise the full-time job opening over unaffiliated newspapers and trade publications when practical to do so insofar as timing, funding or upon the occasion of an insufficient pool of applicants;
Post job openings on the main office bulletin board so that station employees can compete for openings as well as refer others to the station; Include applications received within three months prior to the vacancy as part of the review process;
Periodically review recruitment efforts to determine whether selected methodologies and options are effective;
The Company is committed to a community outreach recruitment program that will increase local community and potential applicant awareness of full-time employment opportunities in broadcasting. In this respect, the Company’s Employee Manual provides:
In accordance with the FCC’s EEO regulations, any organization that distributes information about employment opportunities to job seekers or refers job seekers to employers may request that it be provided notice of KKIN FM KKIN AM and KFGI FM job vacancies as they occur.
If your organization would like to be notified of such vacancies, please contact KKIN AM/FM & KFGI FM, 37208 U.S. Highway 169, Box 140, Aitkin, MN 56431 or email@example.com. Each organization that wishes to be given notice of job vacancies must provide its name, mailing address, e0mail address (If applicable), telephone number, contact person, and identify the category or categories of vacancies of which it request notice. (An organization may request notice of all vacancies.)
There are no positions available currently.
For employment inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Workplace Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Policy
Employer will not tolerate any behavior that constitutes unlawful discrimination against, harassment of, or retaliation against any member of employer community because of his or her gender, race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, handicap, or any other legally-protected characteristic or activity. Employer is committed to ensuring a work environment free of sexual and other unlawful harassment, such harassment is prohibited and will not be tolerated. Any person who engages in or encourages any act constituting discrimination, retaliation, or harassment, including sexual harassment, will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including discharge.