Equal Employment Opportunities and Human Rights
The 'Employees First' philosophy upholds all our actions in providing equal opportunities, and empowers, enables and enthuses our employees to be leaders of change.
Opusing Employee Philosophy at work
The philosophy is about putting our employees first to activate the merit tract - the place where the employees interact with customers and create real value for them. This recognizes employees as the strategic elements, turns the management structure upside down, democratizes OPUSING's functions and way of working.
We create value in one very specific place: the interface between our employees and our customers. We call this the 'merit tract'. Every employee who works in the merit tract is capable of creating more or less value. we want management to be as accountable to the people in the merit tract as the people in the merit tract are to management. This is not about making employees happy or comfortable. We don't think that employee 'satisfaction'is something a company should strive for. Satisfaction is a passive state and it may not produce change or improvement or innovation or much of anything. As for employee 'engagement' that isn't much better than satisfaction. Our idea is that employees who are alert and are paying some attention to what they do would be engaged.
OPUSING believes in ensuring respect for each individual and creating a sense of ownership among employees across the globe. This philosophy drives us toward creating a unique employee organization; creating and sustaining an inverted organizational structure; ensuring trust, transparency and accountability in all that we do; and encouraging a value-driven organization culture. Our recruitment and promotion policies are based on meritocracy and ability to learn, adapt and assimilate change. We ensure equal opportunities for gender, nationality, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion or ethnicity for hiring, pay and career advancement. We follow a local hiring strategy based on business needs and local government policies. We comply with local laws and regulations for determining the compensation, employee notice period and other requirements.
It is the policy of Opusing to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, Opusing will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.
Opusing's goal is to increase representation of women, people of color, veterans and individuals with disabilities. Our programs are designed to comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws, directives and regulations and cover all human resource actions including employment, compensation, benefits, training, education, tuition aid, transfers, promotions and social/recreational programs.
Opusing 's Co-Founder & Managing Director and senior leadership team regularly receive and review affirmative action reports and have the responsibility to monitor progress, reinforce policies and hold the organization accountable to meet objectives.
HR and Client Servicing & Delivery Processes, Quality and Compliance are responsible for leading Opusing's affirmative action efforts and ensuring that the principle of equal employment opportunity is understood and followed. The HR head for each Opusing establishment is responsible for local affirmative action efforts. All members of management must be familiar with this policy, must fully support it, and are responsible for applying these principles in good faith. All employees are responsible for conduct consistent with Opusing's EEO Policy and are expected to demonstrate respect for all co-workers.
Opusing posts this statement to inform applicants and employees of Opusing's commitment to equal opportunity in employment. The Affirmative Action Plans for: Women and Minorities; Individuals with Disabilities; and Protected Veterans are located in local HR offices and may be reviewed by applicants and employees on weekdays during normal working hours.