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Most of us know there are equal employment opportunity laws in place to protect our employees and ourselves from workplace harassment and the costly litigation that can follow. But how do we as employers ensure we are doing all we can to protect our employees from infringements to their equal employment rights?It is important to remember that equal opportunity laws are not intended to protect only minority or other special protected groups; instead, equal opportunity employment laws protect all employees from discrimination on the basis of gender, race, religion, and so forth. Read More »
Equal employment opportunity laws are federal regulations enacted in the United States at various times since the 1960s. The purpose of these laws is to prohibit the practice of any form of discrimination in the workplace, whether that discrimination is based upon sex, race, religion or national origin. Read More »
The Equal Employment Opportunity Law protects people from all walks of life from not gaining employment due to personal discrimination or prejudice. It is imperative that you know every part of this regulation and that everyone in your human resources department does too.
The guidelines that are contained in the EEO are basic practices of human dignity. It states that you cannot refuse to hire someone based on what religion they practices, what race they are or cultural background they have, what age they are, whether they are male or female or whether they are heterosexual or homosexual. It promotes the principle that employment opportunities should be based on skill and experience, not opinion or personal beliefs. It also includes protection for those with disabilities, whether physical or mental. You have to make reasonable accommodations for people with these problems.
Even though these regulations may seem like common sense to you, you may be surprised to find that some of your staff may be letting their personal judgments get in the way of strictly adhering to them. To find out more about the Equal Employment Opportunity Law and how to train your employees to follow it, read through the resource links found on this Business.com page.