Anti-discrimination in agreements

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Anti-discrimination in agreements

The following agreements contain anti-discrimination provisions. In the fourth quarter of 1998, 11% of federal agreements (excluding construction industry) contained equal employment opportunity clauses.

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The following agreements contain anti-discrimination provisions. In the fourth quarter of 1998, 11% of federal agreements (excluding construction industry) contained equal employment opportunity clauses.

The Lone Star Steakhouse and Saloon Moorabbin Certified Agreement 19 (Print Q9620) provides that all parties to the agreement share responsibility for ensuring that a working environment exists which is free of discrimination, sexual harassment and intimidation. The agreement also states discriminatory conduct will result in 'strong' disciplinary action and possibly termination of employment.

The Ontera Modular Carpets Pty Ltd Enterprise Agreement 1998 (Print Q9828) states that the company will recruit, employ, promote and train employees on the basis of skills and on-the-job performance. Also, employees are entitled to work in an environment free of discrimination.

The above agreement summaries have been taken from the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry's 'Federal Enterprise Agreement Report - Fourth Quarter 1998'.

 

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