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Equal Opportunity Policy

All organisations recommend companies to adopt an Equal Opportunity Policy although it is not a legal requirement.

An equal opportunities policy will ensure the effective use of human resources in the best interests of both the organisation and its employees.

It is a commitment by an employer to the development and use of employment procedures and practices which do not discriminate on grounds of sex, marriage, race, nationality etc and which provide genuine equality of opportunity for all employees.
The detail of the policy may vary according to size of the organisation.

Published: 25 May 2011


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