Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
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This paper examines title VII of the the Civil Rights Act as amended and specifically, how the law affects employment in the United States, particularly as it relates to amendments involving pregnancy disability, age discrimination and the Americans with disabilities act. This paper examines policies that companies should have in place to avoid violations of this federal law, as well as an explanation about how the law defines sexual harassment and the employer's responsibilities for addressing complaints relating to discrimination and harassment in the workplace.
From the Paper:"According to an article written by Richard Dooling and published in National Review, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of ... began as a statute requiring employers to make decisions about the terms and conditions of employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin. It also is unlawful under the Act for an employer to take retaliatory action against any individual for opposing employment practices made unlawful by Title VII or for filing a discrimination charge or for testifying or..."
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