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EEAEuropean Economic Area
EEAEuropean Environment Agency
EEAEuropean Economic Association
EEAEpson Electronics America (San Jose, CA)
EEAEinheitliche Europäische Akte (German: Single European Act)
EEAEnvironmental Education and Awareness
EEAÉlectronique-Électrotechnique-Automatique (French: Electronic-Electrical-Automatic)
EEAExecutive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (Massachusetts)
EEAEmployment Equity Act (Canada)
EEAExpanded Endonasal Approach (neurosurgery)
EEAEthylene ethyl acrylate
EEAEnergy and Environmental Analysis
EEAEen En Ander (Dutch)
EEAErick van Egeraat Associated Architects
EEAEconomic Espionage Act of 1996
EEAEuropean Express Association (Brussels, Belgium)
EEAEuropean Engine Alliance (Italy)
EEAEthiopian Economic Association
EEAEnterprise Email Archiving (software)
EEAEuropean Evangelical Alliance
EEAExtended Euclidean Algorithm
EEAEgyptian Electricity Authority
EEAEnvironment of Evolutionary Adaptation (psychology)
EEAExtended Enterprise Applications
EEAEnd to End Anastomosis
EEAEnvironmental Executive Agent (US DoD)
EEAEurus Energy America (San Diego, CA)
EEAÉcole Européenne d'Acupuncture (French: European School of Acupuncture)
EEAEntourage Email Archive (Microsoft)
EEAEmployment Equality Agency
EEAEssential Elements of Analysis
EEAElectromagnetic Energy Association
EEAEnvironmental Effect Analysis
EEAElectronic Engineering Association
EEAEnergy and Environmental Analysts, Inc. (est. 1979; New York)
EEAEcuatoriana de Aviacion, Ecuador (ICAO code)
EEAEfficiency of Electrical Activity
EEAElectrical and Electronic Apparatuses
EEAEarth Environment Agency
EEAEllen's Energy Adventure (Walt Disney World Resort; Epcot Theme Park; Florida)
EEAEstimated Expenditure of Ammunition
EEAEnid Education Association
EEAElectronic Enclosure Assembly
EEAEnergy Engineering Associates, Inc. (Austin, TX)
EEAEmpire Earth Archive (fansite for Empire Earth game)
EEAEfficient Energy Advisors (South Carolina)
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There was also one undertaking in relation to the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA), eight Unemployment Insurance Act undertakings, one undertaking in relation to the implementation of the Employment Equity Act and one compliance order in relation to BCEA.
In 1990, the Employment Equity Act was passed by the Labour Government but repealed immediately by the National Government, which came to power later that year.
Following the Abella report, the Employment Equity Act (EEA) was officially passed by parliament in 1986.
AfriForum warned that they will report South African sports bodies to international sports authorities, should they yield to pressure to implement racial quotas, while trade union Solidarity indicated that the implementation of quotas would be unlawful, as it was contrary to the Employment Equity Act.
The Canadian Employment Equity Act (EEA) asks employers to establish achievable goals.
Redress in South Africa is prescribed in government policy and given weight through specific legislative prescriptions, primarily the Employment Equity Act (55 of 1998) (South Africa, 1998) and the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (53 of 2003) (South Africa, 2003).
The Employment Equity Act is designed to improve job opportunities for these four specific groups; according to this Act, private and public sector employers operating in federally regulated industries that employ 100 or more employees must design, implement and monitor the results of equity plans in order to ensure representation of designated groups in their workforce.
In terms of the Employment Equity Act, occupational medicine practitioners in South Africa have to consider the legal definition of a person with a disability, namely a person 'who has a long-term or recurring physical or mental impairment which substantially limits their prospects of entry into, or advancement in employment'.
The WomenEoe1/4aos Empowerment Fund and the Employment Equity Act continue to ensure the appointment and support of women in top leadership positions in the government as well as private sector.
This means that after more than a decade in no-man's-land they can now, as black people, take full advantage of the Broad-Based Economic Empowerment Act and the Employment Equity Act.
On the Employment Equity Act, Melvin says: "It has been in place long enough to redress the imbalance of skills, I believe that it is high time that the Act is abolished.
Says Mbeki: "This confirms what every honest South African knows, that whatever the reason, and despite our employment equity act and other interventions, understandably, we have not succeeded in our 13 years of democratic rule to eradicate the 350-year-long legacy of colonialism and apartheid, as we could"
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