Despite Title VII’s passage half a century ago, gender and race discrimination in the workplace is still a serious problem. HR Daily Advisor, Bridget Miller, gives us the opportunity to review this essential component of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Don’t leave compliance to chance, continue to read below.
We hear a lot about civil rights and nondiscrimination, and most HR professionals have at least a basic knowledge of employee nondiscrimination rights. But when it comes right down to it, what exactly is in Title VII? It’s probably the most commonly referenced law relating to nondiscrimination in the workplace, so it’s important to be familiar with it.
To Whom Does Title VII Apply? Title VII is one component of the Civil Rights Act of 1964...Read More