Equality, Diversity and Disadvantage in Employment

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Subject Index
access: problems for disabled people 81-2, 197-201
'access and legitimacy' paradigm 33
accountability 96
Act on Equal Pay for Men and Women 125
Act on Equal Treatment of Men and Women 125
action learning 40
actors 66

see also pseudo-applicants

adjustments, reasonable 104, 108-9, 110-11, 112, 198-9
advertisements, job 67-8, 70-1, 75
Advisory Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS)142-3
AEEU140
affirmative (positive) action 56-7, 125-6
African Asians 178, 183
age 223, 224

stereotyping 11, 159-60, 167-9

ageism/age discrimination 8-9, 156-71

attitudes towards 161-5; data analysis and results 162-5;

research methodology 161-2

atypical form of discrimination 165-9

and carer discrimination in recruitment 5-6, 65-79

and contemporary theories of discrimination 157-61

job contingent theory 167-9

agency 183-6
Americans with Disabilities Act 103
Amsterdam, Treaty of 144, 145
ancillary staff 27-8
annual reports 84
application forms 202-3
Asians 179, 181, 182, 184, 185
attendance record 109-10
attitudes

employers', towards ageism 161-5

societal and disabled people 201-4

attractiveness of female labour 211, 215-17
auditing (disability issues) 106-7
Australia191

age and carer discrimination in recruitment 5-6, 65-79

awareness training, disability 111-13, 194, 206
Bangladeshis 177, 178, 179, 181, 182
banking 94-5
bias 159-60
Breakthrough 41
British sign language (BSL) 194
budget see resources
business case 12-13

diversity management 35, 37-8;

extending the business case 38-9

morality 5, 59-63

retention of disabled

employees 113-14
Canada6, 80-102, 191

employment equity index 95-8

job barriers facing VMs 81-2

legislative environment 83-5

previous research 85-92

VM representation 92-5

Canadian Human Rights Act 83
Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC)84
Career Development Register 28
career progression 81

barriers for disabled people 195-6, 200

women in construction 128-9

carer discrimination 5-6, 65-79

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