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How to keep your company out of the headlines ! (on www.EEOC.GOV). Joe Bontke Houston District Office 713 907 2855 joe.bontke @eeoc.gov. So what’s new?. Some new laws New programs The economy The last legislative session. My first Grandchild Cate Bontke-Bowman Feb 8, 2011 7lbs 5 oz
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Explore communication & collaboration skills for promoting inclusion in the workplace
An oversimplified image or statement applied to a whole group of people, without regard for the individual.
– Daniel GolemanEmotional Intelligence
Who are they going to call?
*32,690 Retaliation Charges
95,402 Total Charges Filed!
on the rise
Why focus on ?
Investigate carefully – but promptly
NOT NEED A VALID
Know how banter or jokes based on a protected class can result in valid harassment charges, even if the banter and jokes are between people of the same race, sex, etc.
Why discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or sexual preference may not be against federal law (although it is against the law in some states and municipalities), harassment can be.
Appropriate action to take when an employee claims a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act and requests a reasonable accommodation.
Project Implicit is a long-term research project based at Harvard University that aims to measure people’s preferences for certain social groups over others.
The IAT is designed to examine which words and concepts are strongly paired in people’s minds.
Is taken anonymously, requires only about 5-10 minutes to complete and provides insight into personal biases, including race, gender, sexual orientation, etc.
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More than 4.5 million people have completed the online demonstration tests since 1998.
Hypothetical applicants with “white” names were 50% more likely to receive call backs than those with “black” names.
Improvement in resume quality significantly improved the call-back chances for white applicants only.