Georgia Tech invites all employees to voluntarily provide their demographic information to help the Institute fulfill its mission and commitment to achieving a diverse and inclusive workplace.
“Georgia Tech is dedicated to providing equal employment opportunities for all qualified individuals,” said Skye Duckett, vice president and chief human resources officer. “Not only do we thrive on diversity, but we also nurture the well-being of our community.”
To get the most accurate picture of our diversity, we encourage all employees to participate in the 2023 Voluntary Employee Self-Identification (ID) Campaign, which will run from May 1 to June 15.
Employees may log in to OneUSG Connect to share/update their race, ethnicity, disability, and veteran status. These demographic details remain confidential and help the Institute measure employment progress and fulfill federal requirements.
Georgia Tech Human Resources and the Georgia Tech Research Institute Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion have the responsibility to annually prepare Georgia Tech’s Affirmative Action Plans. As a federal contracting organization, Georgia Tech must comply with reporting requirements established by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs.
Who Needs to Self-Identify?
All employees are encouraged to self-identify. Temporary employees, affiliates, and student employees do not need to participate in this campaign.
Why Self-Identification Is Important
Self-identification is an important tool to produce data needed to accurately measure employment progress. Also, the federal government has issued regulations requiring federal contractors to practice equal employment opportunity and affirmative action for women, ethnic and racial minorities, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans. Georgia Tech is a federal contractor and is required to reach out to all employees and provide them the opportunity to self-identify periodically.
Self-Identification Creates Better Inclusion
We encourage you to participate in the Employee Voluntary Self-Identification Campaign to assist us with learning more about our workforce as well as facilitate better inclusion and belonging.
How to Self-Identify
Self-identifying is quick, voluntary, and confidential. You can update/verify your race, ethnicity, disability, and protected veteran status all in the Employee Self Service site within OneUSG Connect. We encourage you to update these records by following these quick steps:
- Step 1: Log in to Employee Self Service.
- Step 2: Click the “Personal Details” tile.
- Step 3: Self-Identify by clicking the following links on the left:
- Click “Ethnic Groups” to update/verify race and ethnicity and then click “Save.”
- Click “Disability” to update/verify disability status; check the box, if applicable, and then click “Submit.”
- Click “Veteran Status” to update/verify veteran status; check the appropriate box, if applicable, and then click “Submit.”
Your Privacy Is Important to Us
Self-identification information is not reported to managers or other employees, and remains confidential and not connected to an individual’s employment record. This information will never be used for any type of employment action toward an individual.
For questions, please see our Frequently Asked Questions on the Self-Identify webpage.