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Gender bias in the workplace, anti-discrimination policy

For this project the CEO has asked HR to review some of the company policies.

I have chosen to do my paper on gender bias in the workplace and the policy I am recommending is the Anti-discrimination policy. The paper need to address how the Anti-discrimination policy supports the business ethics policies and standards with well-reasoned analysis and specific examples. Also have cited references that support the recommendations.

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Company X will not allow, tolerate, or endorse any methods, actions, or communications that promote discrimination.

Gender bias has occurred throughout history. Women, or in matriarchic societies men, have been held back, ignored, mistreated, and abused due to their gender. Gender bias continues in modern times in many areas of the world. These biases serve to withhold the valuable knowledge and experiences of women in the workplace and prevent businesses from gaining value from women.

The United States has laws against gender bias and discrimination. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employment discrimination based on gender, along with race, color, religion, and national origin. The Equal Pay Act of 1963 gives protection to women who perform "substantially equal work in the same establishment from sex-based wage discrimination." These laws and the government agency, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission work to make sure that gender bias is not practiced in the workplace and where it is, the victim is given an opportunity to ...

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The expert reviews companies policies for Gender bias in the workplace and anti-discrimination policy.

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