anti-discrimination policy

anti-discrimination policy

A UK management policy and part of the framework for organisational good practice, which is designed to prevent discrimination against individuals on the basis of differences—e.g., age, class, cognitive ability, culture, gender, health status, HIV status, marital status, mental health, physical ability, place of origin, political beliefs, race, religion, sensory ability, and sexuality.
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The Kansas Board of Regents, overseeing the state's higher education system, has an anti-discrimination policy for student groups that includes sexual orientation.
We have an anti-discrimination policy, we believe in it very firmly, and we are executing on it,'' Mason said.
In addition, employers should post an EEO statement and distribute a written anti-discrimination policy to be signed by employees and management, outlining the policy as well as redress and complaint procedures.
Many in Plano criticize expanded anti-discrimination policy, The Dallas Morning News
The defendants won the first round in June 2012 when a lower court judge ruled that daily recitation of the pledge did not violate the Massachusetts Constitution, the school district's anti-discrimination policy or state law.
In Englewood, a low-income and predominately black Southside Chicago neighborhood, teams of researchers used the MHIA to measure resident concerns over proposed changes to anti-discrimination policy guidance promulgated by the U.
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said in a statement that "discrimination and harassment will not be tolerated in any form," saying the league's anti-discrimination policy will be reiterated and reinforced in writing with its players, teams and staff.
The report also points to the efforts made by Serbia to reinvigorate reforms on the rule of law, the independence of key institutions, media freedom, anti-discrimination policy, protection of minorities and business environment, as well as to the country s positive contribution to regional cooperation.
Implementation of a written equal employment or anti-discrimination policy, that applies to all protected classes.
The report pointed out that, although all universities had a clear and unambiguous anti-discrimination policy, still they needed more staff education and effective enforcement arrangements to work in action.
Washburn, like many of the universities in Kansas, has an anti-discrimination policy that includes gender identity.
This means that any respectful workplace, anti-harassment or anti-discrimination policy an employer may have will still apply.