Equal Employment Opportunity Act 1984

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The Equal employment opportunity act 1984 was passed through the Western Australian parliament in 1984 with the purpose of eliminating discrimination and promoting recognition and acceptance of men and women in the workplace. Some of the ways people can be discriminated against are due to sex, race, religion and age. During recruitment for example, employment should be awarded to the best candidate for the position and not because of sex, race, religion or age to name a few. When working we need to respect and accept our colleagues individuality's and treat them in a fair and professional way, treating them how we wish to be treated. If during employment an employee feels they have been treated less favourably then this can be grounds for a complaint to be made. Complaints are to be made in writing, signed and sent to the…show more content…
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