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criteria organizations meet to be subject to EEOC
-private employers who have 15 or more on payroll for each working day of 20 or more weeks in the current or preceding year
-all educational institutions
-federal, state, & local governments
-public & private employment agencies as employers & referring
-labor unions with 15 or more members
-joint (labor-mgmt) committees for apprenticeships & training
exceptions regarding definition of discrimination
-work-related requirements - an employer may be able to defend a practice that has a disparate impact on a class of people but is job-related & required by business necessity
-seniority systems that were not designed to discriminate
-bona fide occupational qualification (BFOQ)
Executive Order 11478
-requires that heads of federal agencies maintain affirmative action programs for civilian employees of the federal government
-this order also includes age, disability,status as a parent, & sexual orientation
Executive Order 12138
requires that federal agencies take affirmative action in support of women's business enterprises
Age Discrimination in Employment (ADEA) exceptions
-if age is a bona fide occupational qualification for reasons that are reasonably necessary to the normal operation of the enterprise
-employer is adhering to a genuine seniority or benefit plan
-employer is discipling or firing a person for good cause
-employee is a top executive or policy maker