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Powerpoint regarding the impact of Latinos in the workforce

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Resource: Equal Rights Proposition Outline
Create a comprehensive presentation of your equal rights proposition using the presentation software identified in week 3 (PowerPoint), Cosisiting onf 3 slides
Include the following:

The issues, challenges, and opportunities experienced by this group in the labor force

How society has constructed this groupâ??s identity

The legal framework relating to this issue

A summary of existing or proposed solutions of differing groups. Consider the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, corporate human resource departments, state or federal laws and regulations, political strategies, government agencies, religious groups, and grass roots organizations

Whether or not this issue exists in other countries and if so, how it is handled by differing groups.

Your teamâ??s compromise or alternative to existing solutions

Include at least five academic references in your research.
Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines

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Solution Summary

This solution is in the form of a six slide Power Point presentation. The topic discussed is the Latino influence in the American workforce. What obstacles do they face? How does society view the Latino ethnic group? What legal frameworks give perspective to this issue? Academic sources included.

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