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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/14/10 Ensuring Equal Employment Opportunity and Safety Chapter 3
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10/14/10 Equal Employment Opportunity What is EEO? How does it differ from affirmative action? How is it enforced? Laws, court interpretations
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10/14/10 In the beginning… 14th Amendment Equal protection and due process (state actions) Civil Rights Acts of 1866 & 1871 Right to make, perform, modify and terminate contracts
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10/14/10 Jumping forward… And then… Equal Pay Act of 1963 Equal pay regardless of gender for equivalent work Issue of comparable worth?
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10/14/10 Title VII of CRA 1964 Five protected characteristics Three types of discrimination Created the EEOC Legal powers Reporting/records
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10/14/10 Title VII: protected classes 1) Race 2) Color 3) National origin 4) Gender 5) Religion
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10/14/10 Title VII: types of discrimination Disparate treatment Adverse/disparate impact Harassment
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10/14/10 Disparate treatment Show intent Prima facie case McDonnell Douglas v. Green 1973
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