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equal opportunity employer
An employer or enterprise that does not discriminate against a job candidate, or subject him/her to adverse exclusionary criteria, based on race, sex, religion, or national origin. See Equal employment opportunity.
Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC) can move forward with a lawsuit alleging that the insurance regulatory agency may have paid female employees less than it paid male employees holding comparable jobs.
Each year the DEI, a joint initiative between the US Business Leadership Network (USBLN) and the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), evaluates whether companies have practices in place to promote equal opportunity employment, embrace diversity, encourage people with disabilities to be themselves and have comprehensive policies in place to assist people with disabilities.
The paper reported that the senior minister contacted the Ministry of Civil Service asking it to employ a number of sons and daughters of top officials at his ministry outside the established procedures of employment in government departments which require announcement of job openings and equal opportunity employment.
The purpose of the MoU signed with the UN body on the sidelines of Jordan's "National Recruitment Days" is to provide a basic framework of cooperation between the two parties to introduce the notion of equal opportunity employment in mutually decided areas and to strengthen the efforts to achieve gender equality, ensure empowerment of women through formulating and enacting better laws and improving Jordan's labor market practices.
The top three shareholder proposal topics are political spending/lobbying; general corporate sustainability and climate change-related reporting (including supplier-issued sustainability reports); and equal opportunity employment policies.
DOL's semiannual agenda of regulations cover several employment laws impacting small businesses, including the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Occupational Safety and Health Act, and Executive Order 11246 on equal opportunity employment and affirmative action for federal contractors and subcontractors.