Office of Work Place Diversity [Federal Communications Commission] Law and Legal Definition
The Office of Work Place Diversity (OWD) is a staff office of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The OWD handles diversity, equal employment opportunity, and affirmative employment matters.
The OWD functions include;
a. taking steps to foster a diverse workforce;
b. promoting and ensuring equal opportunity for all FCC employees and candidates for employment; and
c. developing the FCC’s affirmative employment goals and objectives.
The OWD equal employment opportunity aims:
a. to provide a full and fair opportunity for all employees, regardless of non-merit factors such as race, religion, gender, color, age, disability, sexual orientation or national origin;
b. to pursue a career in the Federal service and to advance based upon their performance and abilities; and
c. to enable all employees to carry out their duties in the workplace free from unlawful discriminatory treatment, including sexual harassment and retaliation for engaging in legally protected activities.
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- Office of Tribal Justice
- Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS)
- Office Of The United States Trade Representative (USTR)
- Office of the Under Secretary for Global Affairs [Department of State]
- Office of Work Place Diversity [FCC]
- Office of Work Place Diversity [Federal Communications Commission]
- Office of Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP)
- Office on Violence Against Women
- Office Romance
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