“State of Estates” is a national estate planning firm with 2,500 employees in eight states.
Prepare a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with speaker notes for upper management at “State of Estates” to address the following areas:
• An overview of Title VII as applied to race and national origin discrimination
• Ways “State of Estates” can minimize liability for race and national origin discrimination in its employment practices
• The three types of affirmative action
• Whether any type of affirmative action is required or recommended for the firm Include visual interest in the form of relevant photos, clip art, and/or graphics.
Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines and include both an introduction slide and reference slide(You can include other references).Please add speaker notes.
Attached is what information that I am looking for to get address along with the above question. Please use other references also.
Bennett-Alexander, D. & Hartman, L. (2015). Employment law for business (8th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Education
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