Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC.docx - Peng 1 Guan Peng Lin Gina Firenzi JD 23rd July 2019 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission(EEOC

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Peng 1 Guan Peng Lin Gina Firenzi, JD 23 rd July, 2019 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Introduction Various laws have been created by different bodies to help in promoting fair business operations. Moreover, the bodies have been created purposely to assist in eliminating certain unethical operations of businesses. Among the most famous organizations that currently exist in the United States of America is the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The organization was founded by the United States Congress on July 2, 1965. Today, the organization is of great benefits to the employees across the United States of America. The organization stands up for people, especially of the disadvantaged categories, including old employees, racial minorities, feminine gender, and people belonging to minor sexual orientation; those of the LGBTQIA. Without the organization, millions of people belonging to the above-mentioned categories would be much disadvantaged in the field of employment and would be facing a lot of challenges when it comes to securing job opportunities. The organization also helps people of the disadvantaged categories access positions in the workplaces as well as receive the same pay for the roles they handle in the workplace. Purpose of the Organization EEOC was created by the congress of the United States in 1965 with the intent of bringing to an end the unlawful discrimination in the United States companies. The organization. Although the organization serves majorly in the employment firms, its primary purpose was to help in interpreting and enforcing
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Peng 2 federal laws that prohibit discrimination (Techtarget Networks). The united civil rights act of 1964 was passed following the kind of discrimination that existed in the United States. The U.S congress led the country into putting the civil rights act as part of the constitution to help in illegalizing discrimination, majorly racial.
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