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Equal-Opportunity Employer (EOE)

Definition - What does Equal-Opportunity Employer (EOE) mean?

An equal-opportunity employer is an employer that treats employees equally and doesn’t discriminate or differentiate on color, religion, disability, age, national origin, or racial backgrounds. Equal-opportunity employer is usually abbreviated by EOE.

Justipedia explains Equal-Opportunity Employer (EOE)

It is a common practice for employers to include in their job postings and advertisements that they are an equal-opportunity employer. Candidates usually apply more to job postings from an equal-opportunity employer.

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