EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT
April 1, 2010 through September 30, 2012
Gopher Communications Company

This report was prepared by Christopher Fee, President/GM of KROX-AM Radio in Crookston, Minnesota.

 “The parties to all advertising and business transactions with KROX RADIO affirm that nothing in these agreements, or any of the actions, benefits and obligations relating to it, discriminate in any way on the basis of race or ethnicity.”

A. The following is a list of all full-time vacancies filled during the dates shown above:


NO JOB VACANCIES DURING THIS PERIOD

Description: GOPHER COMMUNICATIONS EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORTS
 

MODEL EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM


I. GENERAL POLICY


IT WILL BE OUR POLICY TO PROVIDE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY TO ALL QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN OR SEX IN ALL PERSONNEL ACTIONS INCLUDING RECRUITMENT, EVALUATION, SELECTION, PROMOTION, COMPENSATION, TRAINING AND TERMINATION.

IT WILL ALSO BE OUR POLICY TO PROMOTE THE REALIZATION OF EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY THROUGH A POSITIVE, CONTINUING PROGRAM OF SPECIFIC PRACTICES DESIGNED TO ENSURE THE FULL REALIZATION OF EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN OR SEX.

TO MAKE THIS POLICY EFFECTIVE, AND TO ENSURE CONFORMANCE WITH THE RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION, WE HAVE ADOPTED AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM WHICH INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING ELEMENTS:


II. RESPONSIBILITY FOR IMPLEMENTATION


NAME: CHRISTOPHER J. FEE TITLE: PRESIDENT


WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ADMINISTRATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF OUR EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM. IT WILL ALSO BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF ALL PERSONS MAKING EMPLOYMENT DECISIONS WITH RESPECT TO THE RECRUITMENT, EVALUATION, SELECTION, PROMOTION, COMPENSATION, TRAINING AND TERMINATION OF EMPLOYEES TO ENSURE THAT OUR POLICY AND PROGRAM IS ADHERED TO AND THAT NO PERSON IS DISCRIMINATED AGAINST IN EMPLOYMENT BECAUSE OF RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN OR SEX.


III. POLICY DISSEMINATION


TO ENSURE THAT ALL MEMBERS OF THE STAFF ARE COGNIZANT OF OUR EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY AND THEIR INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITIES IN CARRYING OUT THIS POLICY, THE FOLLOWING COMMUNICATION EFFORTS WILL BE MADE:

THE STATION'S EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION FORMS WILL CONTAIN A NOTICE INFORMING PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEES THAT DISCRIMINATION BECAUSE OF RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN OR SEX IS PROHIBITED AND THAT THEY MAY NOTIFY THE APPROPRIATE LOCAL, STATE OR FEDERAL AGENCY IF THEY BELIEVE THEY HAVE BEEN THE VICTIMS OF DISCRIMINATION.

APPROPRIATE NOTICES WILL BE POSTED INFORMING APPLICANTS AND EMPLOYEES THAT THE STATION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND OF THEIR RIGHT TO NOTIFY AN APPROPRIATE LOCAL, STATE OR FEDERAL AGENCY IF THEY BELIEVE THEY HAVE BEEN THE VICTIMS OF DISCRIMINATION.



KROX RADIO has a working relationship with the following programs that we contact IF we have a job opening OR they contact us, if someone interested in radio in this area.

Minnesota Broadcasters Association Website & Job Bank
3033 Excelsior Blvd, Suite 301 225 7th Ave E
Minneapolis MN 55416
Lisa Lasere 800-245-5838

Minnesota Work Force Center   (minnesotaworks.net)
1730 University Avenue
Crookston, Mn., 56716
Different staff members (218) 281-6020

Brown College
1440 Northland Drive
Mendota Heights MN 55120
Tim Peterson & Bethany Innocenti 651-905-3509

U of Minnesota Crookston
Career Center
2900 University Avenue
Crookston, Mn., 56716
Don Cavalier(218) 281-8585


March 13, 2012

Tom Helgeson, Salesman for KROX RADIO was part of Career Day 2011 at the University of Minnesota, Crookston.  High School students from Northwestern Minnesota were in attendance to learn about radio and job possibilities.

March 17, 2011

Tom Helgeson, Salesman for KROX RADIO was part of Career Day 2011 at the University of Minnesota, Crookston.  High School students from Northwestern Minnesota were in attendance to learn about radio and job possibilities.


April 15, 2010

Chris Fee, Program Director at KROX RADIO was part of Career Day 2010 at the University of Minnesota, Crookston. High School students throughout Northwestern Minnesota were in attendance for job possibilities in the field of radio.