Item description for Systemic Discrimination in Employment and the Promotion of Ethnic Equality (International Studies in Human Rights) by Craig & R....
This book argues that traditional complaint-based antidiscrimination laws are inherently inadequate to respond to systemic discrimination in employment. It examines the mechanisms and characteristics of systemic discrimination and the shortcomings of complaint-based laws. Yet these characteristics can also inform employers and government authorities of the kinds of preventive action that help alleviate systemic discrimination at the workplace.
In its search for a rational government policy response to systemic discrimination, the book evaluates selected legal regimes which impose proactive obligations on employers to promote equality at the workplace. Proactive regimes are regulatory in nature, rather than adjudicatory. They induce employer compliance through technical assistance, dialogue and regulatory pressure, rather than court orders. By examining the key elements of these regimes the author explains why some proactive regimes function better than others, and why proactive regimes function better than complaint-based laws in addressing systemic discrimination.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.8" Width: 6.6" Height: 1" Weight: 1.65 lbs.
Release Date Dec 15, 2006
ISBN 9004154620 ISBN13 9789004154629
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Skye Craig loves to make sweet treats that quite simply, make you smile. Hailed for her unorthodox methods and decadent desserts on the second series of ratings juggernaut MasterChef, Skye Craig fast became known in lounge rooms across Australia as the dessert queen. Her years working as a graphic designer paid off as Australia watched her create stunning sweets made with creativity and flair. Her insatiable passion for desserts has propelled her into her new business "Wild Sugar."