1. What employers are subject to affirmative action plans and why?
2. What do the plans require employers to do?
3. What happens if employers do not meet the goals of the affirmative action plan?
Include in your paper proper citations for each of these laws
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Affirmative action is a policy borne from Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which established the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). According to Section 15 of the EEOC Compliance Manual, affirmative action “means those actions appropriate to overcome the effects of past or present practices, policies, or other barriers to equal employment opportunity” (EEOC Compliance Manual, Section 15-V, Par. C, 2011). Affirmative action was initially pushed by President John F. Kennedy, who recognized that African-Americans and other minorities were being denied employment opportunities based on their ethnic background....
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