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Running head: CREATE AND DESIGN A JOB DESCRIPTION Case Study: Create and Design a Job Description Human Resources Concordia University, Nebraska 1
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Running head: CREATE AND DESIGN A JOB DESCRIPTION Abstract This case study aims to incorporate the understanding of culture and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) within a company. This is going to be addressed through creating and designing a job description in inclusivity terms and excluding discriminatory factors, linking this acknowledgment on diversity and multiculturalism with the concept of Cultural Intelligence (CI) and displaying the overall positive effect within the whole organization. Keywords: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, inclusivity, diversity, multiculturalism, Cultural Intelligence. 2
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Running head: CREATE AND DESIGN A JOB DESCRIPTION Case Study: Create and Design a Job Description Nowadays, we lived in a globalized world, in which very different cultures coexist and interact every day, giving rise to a diverse and multicultural environment where also discrimination exists. To fight against it, Federal Agencies, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Affirmative Action, deal with the development and enforcement of laws relating to multiculturalism and diversity in the workplace to prevent discriminating actions (U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission). Body The company chose for case – study, Li-Cor i , has present the relevance and importance of the EEOC and Affirmative Action compliance. They are aware of the diverse workforce and the importance of stating the company will not discriminate, as well as making sure the questions asked when applying for a job do not have illegal character and refer to working matters. Some questions of a more personal aspect are asked, but in compliance with the EEOC, it is stated that answering is not compulsory and any related information will not be taken into consideration for the job
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