Statistical Analysis to Identify Intentional Employment Discrimination
2009 Paper for the ILO conference on Regulating for Decent Work
CONCLUDING THE NATIONAL REPORT COMPARING STATES IN THE SEVERITY AND PERSISTENCE OF INTENTIONAL JOB DISCRIMINATION, Appendix 4 of the Study, was the subject of a BNA Daily Labor Report article on 9/30/2002.
Al and Ruth Blumrosen, professors at Rutgers University Law School, found that two million minorities and women were affected by intentional job discrimination, mainly by hard core discriminators, while approximately 75% of large establishments did not appear to discriminate, in the statistics. The study was attacked by the EEAC, an employer group.
to see concise explanations of highlights from the Study,
as the Blumrosens' defend employers' credibility
while they critique the EEAC challenge.
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