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After visiting the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's Youth at Work website (http://youth.eeoc.gov), do you think this website would be easy for a teenager to use and understand? If you worked in human resource management for a restaurant or store that employs many teens, what are some suggestions for ways the Youth at Work website an be used to ensure a safe workplace for teenaged employees?

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Do you think this website would be easy for a teenager to use and understand?

- I do think that the website would be easy for a teenager to understand. From visiting the site, it is apparent that the EEOC has spent a great deal of planning into the design of the website. The site does not ...

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After visiting the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's Youth at Work website (http://youth.eeoc.gov), do you think this website would be easy for a teenager to use and understand? If you worked in human resource management for a restaurant or store that employs many teens, what are some suggestions for ways the Youth at Work website an be used to ensure a safe workplace for teenaged employees?

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