EEOC Paper and Presentation

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Resource: the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) website

Explore the EEOC website to learn more about the organization.

Click the About the EEOC link and select Newsroom. Select a press release about an employee lawsuit published within the last six months.

Search the Internet to find at least one news item about this lawsuit, preferably from a news source in the state in which the incident occurred.

Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper that includes the following:

  • A description of the compliance issue that led to the lawsuit and its ramifications for the organization
  • A brief summary of the functions of the EEOC in one paragraph
  • The EEOC's role in this lawsuit
  • Whether or not this lawsuit promotes social change; justify your reasoning
  • A comparison of the EEOC press release to the news item. What accounts for the differences?
  • Strategies you would implement, if you were a senior manager of this company, to ensure future compliance and inclusion in the multicultural workplace

Format your paper according to appropriate course-level APA guidelines.

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Professorjuliette
School: Rice University

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Running Head: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
The equal employment Opportunity Commission is a federal agency if the United States
government that is responsible for ensuring federal laws are enforced on those organizations that
discriminate against job seekers or employees based on their color, race, religion, sex, the nation
of origin or disability. By law, EEOC covers most employers that have at least 15 employees or
more. The law enforced by this agency applies to all types of work situations like hiring, firing,
harassment, wages, benefits, training, and promotions. Their mandate includes investigating any
case of employment discrimination and trying to settle the case. We're going to look at a
discrimination case involving Day & Zimmermann and M2 services after they were sued by
EEOC after discriminating against a pregnant employee.
This case involved the Day & Zimmermann Group and Sunrise Beach Corporation
against one of their pregnant employees. These companies were contracted by the United States
military to provide maintenance of heavy vehicles, aviation, painting, repair, and overhaul
services. After one of their employees informed them she was pregnant, she was forced to take
an unpaid leave of absence and was later fired because of her pregnancy. This was a violation of
the Civil rights Act of 1964 Ti...

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