Equal Employment Opportunity Compliance Guide, 2011 Edition

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Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, Feb 16, 2011 - 546 pages
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Aspen Publishers’ Equal Employment Opportunity 2009 Compliance Guideis the comprehensive and easy-to-use guide that examines all the majoradministrative and judicial decisions, interpretive memoranda, and otherpublications of the EEOC, providing complete compliance advice that is easy tofollow - as well as the full text of the most important EEOC publications -and more - on CD-ROM.This one-stop "EEO solution" delivers completelycurrent coverage of compliance developments related to:Harassment - Including thorough coverage of the employer’s preventionresponsibilitiesDisability - Fully comply with all requirements including theaccommodation of work schedulesReligious discrimination - Keep current with the most recentdevelopments, including "reverse" religious discriminationGender-identity discrimination - Avoid high profile and potentiallycostly mistakesIncludes Invaluable CD-ROM!Save countless hours of research time! This single, powerful CD-ROM contains:Forms to support you from the initial stages of an EEO complaintEEOC regulations and exclusive annotationsHundreds of legal interpretations of EEOC regulationsPrimary source enforcement and guidance documents issued by the EEOCThe most influential sections of the EEOC Compliance Manual - Organizedby topic!Equal Employment Opportunity 2009 Compliance Guide brings thepractitioner up to date on statutory, regulatory, and case law developments tothis ever-changing area. Highlights include: ;EOC charge filingsThe ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA)Discussion of the newly enacted Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of2008 (GINA)Supreme Court Cases on Age DiscriminationPregnancy discriminationSex discriminationNational origin discriminationReligious discriminationReasonable accommodation of religious practice

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