COLORADO SPRINGS, CO--(Marketwire - Dec 17, 2012) - In an effort to better help and encourage businesses and organizations adhere to fair employment practices, Diversity Certification Seal, LLC is hoping to build on a prosperous 2012 by having even more businesses apply for the Diversity Seal in 2013.
The Diversity Seal validates that a business is owned by 51 percent or more diverse individuals or is comprised of 75 percent or more diverse individuals. Diverse individuals include Black Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, Asian-Pacific Americans, Subcontinent Asian Americans, women, and people with physical or mental disabilities.
"This year was very good to us," Diversity Certification Seal, LLC president said. "A lot of businesses became aware of us, and took advantage of what our seal offers. As our country becomes more and more diverse, we believe it is now more important than ever that businesses demonstrate that they are diverse and they promote fair employment practices. Our diversity seal provided evidence of that. We expect 2013 to be even better for us."
The Diversity Seal is watermarked, which reflects 100 percent authenticity and can come in many different forms. It can be placed on a window of a diverse workplace. It can be placed on any print format -- such as letterhead and stationary -- or online format -- such as on a business website or email to show others that the business is "diverse" and it abides by fair employment practices.
Those interested in applying for the Diversity Seal can apply online at http://www.the-dcs.com/diversity-certification-application.php. The application process takes less than 10 minutes to fill out and takes approximately two weeks to be approved after submission.
Ownership of the diversity seal allows potential employees and clients to see that your particular business or company is a diverse workplace. It also helps diverse businesses form rewarding partnerships with other diverse businesses that have been approved for the diversity seal.
Those interested in getting a more in-depth view and orientation for what Diversity Certification Seal, LLC offers should visit the organization's website at http://www.the-dcs.com/. Potential clients will find numerous informative links on the website and answers to frequently-asked questions. Those interested in learning more about becoming a diverse workplace also can email the company on this link: http://www.the-dcs.com/contact-diversity-certified-business.php.
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