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EEO and the Federal Supervisor
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By: Corum
Price: $55.00
Edition: 1st/2009
Sku: 09EEFS
ISBN: 1-934651-26-5
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(2009) EEO and the Federal Supervisor

Written by Michael Corum, one of Dewey’s most beloved authors and an expert on the management of employees in the federal sector, EEO and the Federal Supervisor discusses the role of EEO principles in carrying out day to day supervisory functions. Supervisors, managers, and those that advise them rely on this text for instruction on:

  • Legal History of EEO—including discussion of governing EEO statutes and Executive Orders
  • Discrimination Defined—including what constitutes illegal discrimination, the seven prohibited categories, and theories of discrimination
  • What is Not Discrimination—including legitimate supervisory practices
  • EEO and Hiring—including specific issues of career-enhancing assignments, interviews, and affirmative action
  • EEO and Discipline—including management’s burden and discussion of discrimination
  • Issues in Employment—including pregnancy, hardship, dress codes, work schedules, seniority, official time, and disability issues


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