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letter recommending to a company's board of directors that affirmative action policies be implemented Include points supporting the recommendation and clearly address points that may be used against this recommendation. The letter must also address how affirmative action policy relates to compliance with equal employment opportunity law.
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    Here is what I have written so far. I would like to know if I am going in the right direction.


    Greetings Board of Directors,



    I would like to recommend an affirmative action program to the board of directors. I have notice within the company the affirmative action policy has not being carried out properly. There have been several occasions where discrimination was noticed in the company and I would like to make sure that every manager will follow the same guidelines and goals.



    First I would like to recommend a class for managers to help prevent discrimination. Many times managers or employees are not aware that he or she can discriminate without having any knowledge. The company will begin a training class for the manager’s and supervisors to make sure he or she has the understanding of the employee’s rights and managerial obligations. The training will include;

    •The prohibitions covered in the various EEO statutes.
    •Guidance on how to respond to complaints of discrimination
    •Procedures for investigating complaints
    •Suggestions for remedying inappropriate behavior


    I believe the program will help prevent and correct areas of past or present discrimination.

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