EEOC Guidelines

Business / Human Resources (HR) / EEOC Guidelines: Interpretations of Title VII expressed by the EEOC that don't have the force of law, but tend to be supported by the courts. These positions are outlined in various EEOC publications ('Discrimination Because of Religion,' etc.)

Nutrition Guidelines

Business / Agriculture / Nutrition Guidelines: Federal guidelines established for meals served in child nutrition meal service programs governing the types of foods and nutrient content required in order to be eligible for reimbursement. MORE

Poverty Guidelines

Business / Agriculture / Poverty Guidelines: These are monthly or annual income amounts that are used to help determine eligibility for a number of federal food assistance and other programs. They are derived from the income poverty thresholds u MORE

Uniform Guidelines On Employee Selection Procedures Of 1978

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Uniform Guidelines On Employee Selection Procedures Of 1978: The Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures address the use of interviewing, testing, training and other employee selection tools and their impact on discrimination based on race, color, r MORE

Interpretive Guidelines On Sexual Harassment

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Interpretive Guidelines On Sexual Harassment: EEOC issued guidelines defining sexual harassment and the employer’s responsibility for maintaining a workplace environment which is free from sexual harassment or intimidation. MORE

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC): The federal agency responsible for publishing guidelines, enforcing EEO laws and investigating complaints of job discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national orig MORE

Dietary Guidelines For Americans

Business / Agriculture / Dietary Guidelines For Americans: Dietary recommendations for healthy Americans age 2 and older about food choices that promote health, specifically with respect to prevention or delay of chronic diseases. These guidelines, which were MORE

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