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Understanding Equal Employment Opportunity: A Guide for the Workplace, Napoli, Joan
1 Napoli, Joan Understanding Equal Employment Opportunity: A Guide for the Workplace
Australia Prentice Hall 1998 0724804161 / 9780724804160 1st Edition Glossy Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
234 indexed pages. Too often we learn about equal employment opportunity law when things have already gone terribly wrong and an employee brings a complaint against the organisation. Then, faced with the potential high costs of compensation awards, plummeting morale, and damage to the organisation’s reputation, the importance of understanding EEO is all too clear. Now, this authoritative, plain-language guide explains equal employment opportunity laws in Australia and shows how promoting equal employment opportunity will bene?t employees and organisations. This guide will help employers, managers and employees understand their rights and obligations under Australian law. ° Starts with ‘What is equal employment opportunity?’ and covers all the important aspects of equal opportunity law, relevant industrial laws and affirmative action. Q Brief case studies highlight the key legal points, complaints procedures and the consequences of harassment and discrimination. 0 Invaluable checklists help in assessing the awareness of EEO obligations in an organisation and show how to build more equitable workplaces. Helpful appendices include a summary of all the EEO or anti-discrimination laws in Australia, a Model Dispute Resolution Procedure and options available for litigating matters of discrimination. JOAN NAPOLI, BA LLB is the consultant on EEO and workplace relations matters at Australian Business. She is part of the Australian Business Workplace Consulting Team and, in that role, provides training and advice to members on equal opportunity issues that arise in the workplace. Prior to joining Australian Business, Joan was the Editor of CCHE Australian 6‘ New Zealand Equal Opportunity Law and Practice Reporter. She was co-author of CCH’s Equal Opportunity Training Manual and author of a number of books in the equal opportunity area, including Work and Family Responsibilities - Adjusting the Balance. 
Price: 18.00 AUD
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