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Equal Opportunities Commission


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Equal Opportunities Commission

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Equal Opportunities Commission

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Equal Opportunities Commission

Equal Opportunity Employment Commission

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Equal Opportunities Commission

Equal Opportunities Commission

Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church and School v Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (Docket no 10-553): Supreme Court of the United States: Roberts CJ for a unanimous Court. Thomas J concurring. Alito J concurring, with Kagan J: 11 January 2012

Local 28 of Sheet Metal Workers International Association v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Local 28 of Sheet Metal Workers International Association v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Australia v Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission and Hamilton, Judgment on application for review of administrative decision, [2000] FCA 1854, ILDC 1147 (AU 2000), 15th December 2000, Federal Court [FCA]

Kracke, Attorney-General for the State of Victoria (intervening) and Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission (intervening) v Mental Health Review Board and Mid West Area Mental Health Service and Secretary to the Department of Human Services (intervening), Appeal decision, [2009] VCAT 646, ILDC 1608 (AU 2009), 23rd April 2009, Victoria

Purvis (on the application of Hoggan) v New South Wales (Department of Education and Training) and Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission and Attorney-General of the Commonwealth of Australia (intervening), Appeal judgment, [2003] HCA 62, ILDC 206 (AU 2003), (2003) 217 CLR 92, (2003) 202 ALR 133, (2003) 78 ALJR 1, 11th November 2003, High Court [HCA]

 

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(EOC)

A body established by the Sex Discrimination Acts 1975 and 1986 to work towards eliminating discrimination on grounds of sex or marital status, to promote equality of opportunity between the sexes, and to keep the working of the Acts, and of the Equal Pay Act 1970, under review. Since 1 October 2007 the functions of the EOC have been integrated into the Equality and Human Rights Commission. See sex discrimination.

Subjects: Human Resource Management — Law.


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