Explain how these laws intertwine:

Title VII of the Civil Rights Acct of 1964, Civil Rights 1991, Opportunity act 1972, Age Discrimination of 1967, Disabilities act, immigration reform and control act of 1986, Fair labor standards act

Also explain how the number of employees in the company affects the companys status if the company is not in compliance. (Noncompliance as in company's not being in compliance. "Federal legislative laws")

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  1. All of those laws protect the employment of minority groups.

    If you want to expand on that, I'll be glad to check your ideas.

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