BA 340 WEEK 2 Assignment Level the Playing Field

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BA 340 WEEK 2 Assignment Level the Playing Field
BA 340 WEEK 2 Assignment Level the Playing Field

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BA 340 WEEK 2 Assignment Level the Playing Field,

The original intent of affirmative action was to “level the playing field” and ensure minority groups were treated fairly during the employment process.

Using the original goal of affirmative action as a framework, write a 1500 word paper in which you analyze and discuss the evolution of affirmative action over the last 40+ years.

You must draw conclusions based on research from outside resources and answer the following question in your paper, “Has affirmative action been consistently and effectively used to create a more robust and productive workforce?”

Please include a title sheet and 2-3 references. Only one reference may come from the internet (not Wikipedia). The other references should be located in the Grantham University online library. Only the body of the paper will count toward the word requirement. Please write in 3rd person. See rubric below.
The original intent of affirmative action was to “level the playing field” and ensure minority groups were treated fairly during the employment process.

Using the original goal of affirmative action as a framework, write a 1500 word paper in which you analyze and discuss the evolution of affirmative action over the last 40+ years.

You must draw conclusions based on research from outside resources and answer the following question in your paper, “Has affirmative action been consistently and effectively used to create a more robust and productive workforce?”

Please include a title sheet and 2-3 references. Only one reference may come from the internet (not Wikipedia). The other references should be located in the Grantham University online library. Only the body of the paper will count toward the word requirement. Please write in 3rd person. See rubric below.

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