ABC is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity employer.Affirmative Action
is a program designed to overcome present discrimination or the present effects
of past discrimination against women, minority groups, and persons who are
covered by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.The goal of this program is to fully integrate minority groups, women
and handicapped persons into the workforce.
Equal Opportunity is treating all
similarly situated persons the same in terms of employment opportunity and
other personnel actions.
ABC will provide equal employment
opportunity on the basis of merit without unlawful discrimination on the basis
of age, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual
orientation, or handicap.ABC will make
every reasonable effort to select employees from applicant pools that represent
the labor market.Furthermore, ABC will
not subject employees to unlawful discrimination in terms of compensation,
benefits, and/or working conditions.
ABC supervisors are responsible for
achieving affirmative action goals.The
CEO's staff and the Affirmative Action Office are responsible for ensuring that
these steps are taken.
If an employee believes that he or she
has been subjected to discrimination, he or she should bring the matter to the
attention of the Affirmative Action Office without delay.