How to develop an acceptable affirmative action program
Labor and Employment Law
, November 1999
Developing an Affirmative Action Program ("AAP") can be a very daunting task, especially if it is being done for the first time. Although the process of drafting an AAP is time-consuming and complex, this article sets forth some guidelines to help attorneys prepare an acceptable AAP and to help you identify which of your clients need an AAP in the first place
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