From: Human Resources
Date: February 20, 2011
Subject: Implementing Affirmative Action Policies
So it has been brought to my attention to recommend to your company’s Board of directors that we should implement a plan of Affirmative Action Policies and how they are incompliance with the EEO law. What is Affirmative Action, it is a policy that goes beyond equal employment opportunity by requiring organizations to comply with the law and correct past discriminatory practices by increasing the numbers of minorities and women in specific positions (Axia Collage, 2011). What is Equal Employment Opportunity, the treatment of individuals in all aspects of employment-hiring, promotion, training, extra in a fair and nonbiased manner (Axia Collage, 2011). We will discuss all the issues and decide whether affirmative action is a worthwhile venture, or whether other avenues would be more beneficial to our company. As Human Resource Managers (HRM), it is our job to make sure that we are following federal and Government regulations under Affirmative Action Policy and the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) law required. It is our job responsibilities for helping the work force meet the equal opportunity responsibility. This can be done by making a good faith effort towards meeting the affirmative action policy and making sure the workplace that shall be free of discrimination and harassment.
The aim is to hire and maintain a diverse workplace of the best-qualified candidates. The target of affirmative action is a basic one; it exists to level the playing field in the area of hiring based on qualities of race, sex or ethnicity. The principal behind Equal Employment Opportunity is that all employees should have the same access to opportunities. Affirmative Action is one value of the federal government’s power to enforce equal employment opportunity. Targeting the affirmative action policies is to uphold equality and disclose the...