WORKING WHILE BLACK Episode 3
Hosted by Ricardo Jones, a Title VII Expert
Facing the Issues of Promotion, Job Assignment and Performance Review"
WWB is a six-Much of the opposition to affirmative action is framed on the grounds of so-called "reverse discrimination and unwarranted preferences." In fact, less than 2 percent of the 91,000 employment discrimination cases pending before the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission are reverse discrimination cases. Under the law as written in Executive Orders and interpreted by the courts, anyone benefiting from affirmative action must have relevant and valid job or educational qualifications.
Affirmative action, the set of public policies and initiatives designed to help eliminate past and present discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, is under attack.
But when race discrimination marks your employment status . . . it shows up in performance review, work assignments and promotion decisions, what can and do you do.?
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