is a lawsuit or claim brought by a minority member who feels adversely affected by the use of the affirmative action plan.
only discriminates against white men interview process.
accounts for only 3 percent of the charges filed with the EEOC .
is about underrepresentation in the workplace 50 years ago.
An affirmative action plan includes:
stated hiring goals.
a timetable for remedying injustices.
a and b.
none of the above are required.
Executive order 11246 mandating affirmative action is enforced by:
Should an affirmative action plan be required, reports indicating the results of the plan must be submitted:
only upon completion of the plan.
The following case established that affirmative action may involve matters other than employment:
Regents of the University of California v. Bakke.
United Steelworkers of America, AFL-CIO v. Weber.
Johnson v. Transportation Agency, Santa Clara County, California.
Local 28, Sheet Metal Workers v. E.E.O.C..
I'll address your questions one by one. As for your first question on reverse discrimination, these types of complaints comprised between 3 and 4% of all complaints with the EEOC. The complaints were filed by whites alleging to have been the victims of racial bias.
Next, your second question implicates Revised Order 4, which was issued by the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). It outlines the essential elements of an affirmative action plan. Revised Order 4 states that an affirmative action plan should minimally contain a policy statement, dissemination techniques, responsibility for implementation, utilization analysis, goals and timetables, action oriented programs, and internal audit and reporting systems. ...