Equal Opportunity Analysis

Equal Opportunity Policies are used within the workplaces in order to prevent discriminatory practices by the employers. It is a safeguard for minorities or groups that have been historically discriminated against, be it sex, age, race, ethnicity, disability, or any other minority groups. Some Equal Opportunity (EO) Policies may simply be statements stating an avoidance of unfair discrimination, but others are more specific about the fair treatment of individuals and their characteristics in which policies must reach a certain quota to be deemed an equal opportunity workplace. In this particular analysis, a survey in Great Britain has been conducted to provide an account of management-employee relations and equal opportunity in the workplaces.

In this report that was done with my classmates Christina Lee and Manual Diaz, we went over the survey that was conducted, and analyzed how different parameters, such as workplace population, gender, ethnicity, and disability percentage, may affect the Equal Opportunity Policies at work place by using methods such as Weighing, Logistic Regression, Finite Population Inference, and Chi-Square Test done in the program R. Please see the full report at: Equal Opportunity Policies within Workplaces.

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