2 edition of Equal Employment Opportunity Commission collection of federal affirmative action goals and timetables and enforcement of federal sector EEO complaints found in the catalog.
Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche.Shipping list no.: 86-9-P.Serial no. 99-24.Includes bibliographical references.
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Ensure that 21 st century data quality control techniques and quality assurance practices are designed into the IMS system replacement for the recording of discrimination charge data. By using the Schedule A appointing authority, qualified candidates who meet the Schedule A guidelines can be hired non-competitively, without posting and publicizing the vacancy, and without going through the certificate process. " On the issue of systemic discrimination, the Commission has slowed down its pursuit of these types of charges.
The proposed paragraph required the procedures to explain the agency's right to request relevant supplemental medical information if the information submitted by the requester is insufficient. Courts 1 0 1 100. Sincerely yours, John Agresto, Acting Chairman. Management and program accountability — EEOC looks at programs to ensure that managers are held accountable for the work environment and that the agency takes prompt action when wrong doing is found.
It is important to evaluate the selection criteria that tend to screen out a particular group.
One commenter stated that the paragraph should require the procedures to be available online. At this time, OFCCP records indicate that the number of establishments has increased from approximately 89,807 to 107,414. However, nothing in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 covered Federal employees.by Training United States. Congress expressly granted the Commission authority to issue substantive regulations under Section 501 by incorporating the federal sector enforcement provisions of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Title VII in Section 505 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Section 505.
On the basis of subsequent interpretation of statutory authority and legisla- tive intent, the Office of Personnel Management OPM asserted jurisdiction over equal opportunity programs for disabled veterans.