Labor Month in Review

June 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Jun72, Vol. 95 Issue 6, p2
Academic Journal
Presents issues related to the 1972 Equal Employment Opportunity Act amendments. Change in the concept of what discrimination is; Changes in employment tests to examine people for specific jobs and not their overall intelligence or ability; Use of devices to screen women from 'men's jobs.'


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