Writing a Memo
Can someone please help me answer this is scenario:
Imagine you are the CEO of an organization where employees have filed several complaints about racial and ethnic discrimination. Other complaints report denial of promotion and career advancement due to prejudice and discrimination by decision makers in the organization.
You decide to implement a new diversity program. Your plan is to hire a consulting firm to guide you in development of the diversity program. You must draft a memo to the board of directors that presents the business case for moving forward with a new diversity program. The board of directors will review this memo before the meeting to vote on the new diversity program. Therefore, you want to make a clear and concise case for the diversity initiative.
For this discussion, write a memo to the board of directors that makes a business case for implementing a diversity program.
Please use APA format and references with at least 300 words.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com March 22, 2019, 3:23 am ad1c9bdddf
Please find below my sample memo to serve as an example that you can use in responding to your homework.
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To: The Board of Directors
From: The Chief Executive Officer
Date: 27 October, 2015
Re: (Company)'s Compliance with Equal Employment Opportunity Act
I am constrained to express concern about how our company handle issues that are related to the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Laws which prohibits the discrimination of people on the basis of their age, race, religion, national origin, sexual preferences, gender, disability, or genetic information. .
I have concerns regarding our personal liability and the company's liability in terms of the conflicting application of the policies to the staff which are seemingly driven by an ...
* Sample memo to board of directors from the CEO of a company regarding the company's compliance to the Equal Employment Opportunity Laws brought about by the complaint reports by the staff.
* 410 words
* three (3) APA references