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Primary Dimensions Diversity
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Refers to variation in the important human characteristics that distinguish people from one another. Unchangeable personal characteristics (i.e. age, ethnicity, gender, mental or physical abilities, race, and sexual orientation).
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Workforce Diversity Secondary Dimensions
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Characteristics acquired, modified, or abandoned throughout life (i.e. education, income, marital and parental status, religion, political affiliation, work experience, and Trends include more women are working than ever before and immigration has profoundly reshaped the world.
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communication style).
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Equal Pay Act Workforce Diversity
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Trends include ethnic and racial diversity is increasing, the workforce will continue to get older, and millennials are entering the workforce. Mandates equal pay for substantially equal work by men and women.
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Executive Order Civil Rights Act
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Prohibits discrimination in employment based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Mandates affirmative action for all federal contractors and subcontractors.
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Equal Employment Opportunity Act Age Discrimination in Employment Act
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Protects individuals who are 40 years of age or older. Increases power of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to combat discrimination.
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Americans with Disabilities Act Pregnancy Discrimination Act
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Forbids employers to discharge, fail to hire, or otherwise discriminate against pregnant women. Prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities.
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Sexual Harassment Family and Medical Leave Act
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Requires companies with 50 or more employees to provide up to 12 week s unpaid leave for illness, care of a sick family member, or the birth or adoption of a child. Includes quid pro quo and a hostile work environment.
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Sexual and Racial Harassment Racial Harassment
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An intimidating, hostile, or offensive working environment that interferes with an individual’s work performance (i.e.
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