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About the course
This three-day EEO law seminar is packed with the latest information needed to understand EEO laws in the context of daily work situations. You will examine:
- EEO/affirmative action laws and obligations of employers
- Recent legislation, guidelines, compliance agencies' interpretations, and court decisions
- The impact of EEO laws on an organization's policies, procedures, and day-to-day operations
- EEO laws
- Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: the basic EEO statute
- Civil Rights Act of 1991: procedures and remedies
- Age Discrimination in Employment Act: high complaint volume
- Equal Pay Act: how current enforcement conditions affect employers
- Americans with Disabilities Act: compliance with complicated requirements
- Affirmative action (AA) laws and orders
- Executive Order 11246: continuing enforcement for government contractors
- Rehabilitation Act/Section 503 Regulations: government contractor AA obligations for disabled employees
- Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Act: current government contractor concerns
- Family and medical leave: employer responsibilities
- Sample state and local laws and cases
- On-the-job reference manual containing laws, summaries, agency booklets, and a reference resource list
- Updates on U.S. Supreme Court cases
Who should attend
EEO, AA, and HR managers who wish to obtain a current, in-depth review of the EEO and AA federal, state, and local laws as well as regulations and court cases.
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Experience Owner Company Name The Chandler Group Cornell University, ILR School Adjunct Instructor Company Name Cornell University, ILR School Dates Employed2001 – Present Employment Duration18 yrs Vice President, Diversity Company Name The McGraw Hill Companies Dates Employed1995 – 19...
Peter M Stein
PETER M. STEIN is a Member of the Firm in the Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practice of Epstein Becker Green. Based in the firm's Stamford office, where he serves as the Managing Shareholder, he represents both national and regional employers in all aspects of labor and employment ...
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