Navy leadership recognizes that equal opportunity
and diversity have a direct impact on readiness.
Bring back mandatory national service -- an idea this magazine has long supported -- would make a full-scale equal opportunity
program feasible by supplying some of the labor, and giving middle-class children a stake in the program.
Employers have had several decades to deliver equal opportunity
in workplaces but have failed to do it, so it's now time for legislative enforcement,' said ACTU President Ged Kearney.
Addressing the programme organized to mark the National Miniorities Day, Khurshid said : "The setting up of an Equal Opportunity
Commission would not in any way block the National Minority Commission and that the two organisations will work hand-in-hand for the development of the minorities.
Scott Hebner, assistant commander, Navy Personnel Command for Career Management, spoke to an audience of approximately 300 EOAs, command managed equal opportunity
(CMEO) officers, command master chiefs and civilians, during this event.
Article 11 of the IREM Code of Professional Ethics states: A MEMBER shall not deny equal employment opportunity or equal professional services to any person for reasons of race, color, religion, sex, familial status, national origin, age, sexual orientation, or handicap and shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations regarding equal opportunity
KB Home is an equal opportunity
employer,'' company spokeswoman Caroline Shaw said.
A Navy Supply Corps officer was among six military personnel and two Department of Defense civilian employees who were recently honored with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's Roy Wilkins Renown Service Award in recognition of their contributions to military equal opportunity
policies and programs.
The lesson plans also stress professionalism, discipline, self-discipline, always doing the right thing, and equal opportunity
But those numbers don't trouble the Center for Equal Opportunity
or the American Civil Rights Institute.
Although another finding of the new survey was that 36 percent of respondents agreed that ``it's OK to have a country where the races are basically separate from one another,'' they stipulated that it would be OK ``only as long as they have equal opportunity
Surely Edley is correct in saying that antidiscrimination laws are necessary, but not sufficient, for morally equal opportunity