is their a difference between the civil rights act of 1964 and title vii?
i’m trying to define the two and they have the same meaning
i don’t want to seem repetitive during my presentation about these two….is there another definition or a way to say the meaning so it doesn’t seem redundant?
Title 7 can refer to Title 7 of USC–agriculture. Or too title 7 of the civil rights act. Thus its a subset of the act.
How does the civil rights act of 1964 title vii deal with business?
It provides protection form negative employment actions based SOLELY on the fact that a person is of a certain race, sex, religion or national origin……
Sexual orientation is NOT covered
disability was added by the ADA
age for those over 40 was added under ADEA
active military duty and those returning from active duty protections fall under USERRA. And SCRA
as far as how a business operates it also protects customers to some degree from the same types of discrimination however customers are NOT protected under ADEA or USERRA but they are protected to a degree (and.or circumstance) under ADA and SCRA.
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