BMGMT[1] - Explain the various components of the present...

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Explain the various components of the present diverse work force. Single parents and working mothers, women in business, workers of color, older workers, people with disabilities, immigrants, young persons with limited education or skill, educational level of employees. Identify the major laws affecting equal opportunity employment Title 7 of the civil rights act (employers discriminating) Three notable exceptions to discrimination as covered by title 7 are bona fide occupational qualifications, seniority and merit systems, and testing and educational requirements. Age discrimination in employment act of 1967 – can not discriminate anyone over the age of 40. Rehabilitation act of 1973 – prohibits discrimination against disabled workers who are employed by government contractors. Americans with disabilities act – prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals with a disability. Glass ceiling – the invisible barrier in organizations that impedes women and minorities from career advancement Affirmative action – stipulated by executive order 11246, it requires employers to take positive steps to ensure employment of applicants and treatment of employees during employment without regard to race, creed, color, or national origin. Adverse Impact
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