Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgJanuary 18, 2017 / Issue No. 01-17
AGC Home Page
Email our Editor
Search Back Issues
Forward to a Friend
Subscribe
Printer Friendly
On the Inside
Wage-and-Hour
Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors Takes Effect
Federal Court Temporally Halts Overtime Rule
AGC Recommends Improvements for Davis-Bacon Wage Survey Process
Labor Relations
AGC Convention to Feature Special Event at Renowned Carpenters International Training Center
Court Issues Permanent Injunction Blocking Labor Department's "Persuader Rule"
Double-Breasted Company Owners & Officers Can be Indicted for Underpaying Benefit Contributions
AGC Fights Against Government Mandated Projected Labor Agreements
Equal Employment Opportunity
EEOC Publishes Guidance on Rights of Job Applicants and Employees with Mental Health Conditions
EEOC Issues Enforcement Guidance on National Origin Discrimination
Immigration
New Form I-9 Required Beginning January 22, 2017
EEOC Issues Enforcement Guidance on National Origin Discrimination
 

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently issued updated enforcement guidance on national origin discrimination.  The new guidance replaces its 2002 compliance manual section on that subject. 

The guidance addresses issues related to recruitment, hiring, promotion, harassment, citizenship requirement, and retaliation.  Additionally, it covers language issues in the workplace, including the use the “English-only” rules.

EEOC's enforcement guidance documents set forth the agency's interpretation of the law, and explain how federal anti-discrimination laws and regulations apply to specific workplace situations. The enforcement guidance on national origin discrimination discusses Title VII of Civil Rights Act of 1964’s prohibition on national origin discrimination as applied to a wide variety of employment situations and highlights “promising” practices for employers to prevent discrimination.

For additional resources, including a Question and Answer Document and Fact Sheet for Small Business, visit the EEOC website or AGC’s Labor and HR Topical Resources webpage.  The primary category is “EEO.”
Return to Top

2300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300 • Arlington, VA 22201 • 703.548.3118 (phone) • 703.548.3119 (fax) • www.agc.org
AGC Home | About AGC | Advocacy | Industry Topics | Construction Markets | Programs & Events | Career Development | News & Media

To ensure delivery of AGC’s Human Resource & Labor News, please add 'communications@agc.org' to your email address book or Safe Sender List. If you are still having problems receiving our communications, visit our white-listing page for more details.

© Copyright The Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America. All Rights Reserved.


The Associated General Contractors of America | Quality People. Quality Projects.