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Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws prohibit specific types of job discrimination in certain workplaces.
It's essential to know the exact answer to the question: \u201cWhat is EEO?\u201d The basic EEO definition (or equal employment opportunity) is the idea that everyone should be treated fairly when they're considered for various employment decisions (including hiring, promotion, termination, compensation, etc.).
Every job advertisement must therefore contain the addition (m/f/i/t) or ( m/f/d) - as an abbreviation for "male" and "female" as well as for "intersexual/transsexual" or "diverse".
\u201cAn employer that pledges to not discriminate against employees based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetic information.\u201d 1.
How do you write an equal opportunity employer statement? Be specific. Make sure that your statement emphasizes workplace diversity. Mention which employment practices your EOE statement applies to. State that you make hiring decisions based on merit. Link to your EEO policy.

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The law which says you mustn't be discriminated against is called the Equality Act 2010. Discrimination which is against the Equality Act is unlawful. This means you can take action in the civil courts. But sometimes people are allowed to discriminate against you if they have a good enough reason for doing so.
How do you write an equal opportunity employer statement? Be specific. Make sure that your statement emphasizes workplace diversity. Mention which employment practices your EOE statement applies to. State that you make hiring decisions based on merit. Link to your EEO policy.
Equal opportunity law aims to promote everyone's right to equal opportunities; eliminate, as far as possible, discrimination, sexual harassment and victimisation; and provide redress for people whose rights have been breached.
An example of an equal opportunity employment issue is wages. Paying someone less because of discrimination is unacceptable. If someone is doing the same work just as well as another staff member, they should be getting paid the same for that work. That's regardless of gender, age, and other factors.
Affirmative action plans (AAPs) define an employer's standard for proactively recruiting, hiring and promoting women, minorities, disabled individuals and veterans. Affirmative action is deemed a moral and social obligation to amend historical wrongs and eliminate the present effects of past discrimination.

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