Breaking Barriers: US Equal Opportunity Employment Laws

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    U.S. Employee Law: Equal Opportunity Employment (EEO)

    Assembled by Carter McNamara, MBA, PhD

    This section of the library provides miscellaneous information about equal opportunity employment laws (EEO) which may be helpful as an overview of various aspects of business law in the United States of America. Businesses designing personnel policies should obtain advice from an attorney specializing in
    the area of employee laws. Businesses requiring legal advice regarding potential or current litigation should seek counsel from an attorney.

    Note that employment laws apply the same to for-profit and nonprofit

    Also, note that EEO can be looked at as a major topic or area
    of interest. It also refers to a set of guidelines that followed
    from the Employee Law — Civil Rights Act of 1964.

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    Various Perspectives

    EEOC and Small Businesses
    Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
    Glossary of EEO terms

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