Anti-Discrimination Legislation

  • Donald J. Horton


The complexity of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, EEOC Guidelines, and court decisions make it difficult for an employer to provide easy-to-understand guidance for first-line supervisors. Many companies conduct training sessions on the law against discrimination, but these lessons are often misunderstood or forgotten once the first-line supervisor gets back into the working environment. Experience has taught us that if supervisors understand just a few basic principles, a company’s exposure to charges of discrimination can be cut substantially. Therefore, this chapter presents a guide for use by first-line supervisors.


Sexual Harassment Federal District National Origin Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Sexual Favor 
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© Van Nostrand Reinhold Company Inc. 1984

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