Proposed Rule Changes The State Board elected during its April 2017 board meeting to provide notice of intent to adopt comprehensive amendments to its rules (LAC 46: XIX, Chapters 3-19) to conform them to Act 553 of the 2016 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature, update the rules generally as necessary by the passage of time and for consistency with current Board practices.The first step in the rulemaking process is the publication of the Board’s Notice of Intent, which is anticipated in the July 20, 2017 edition of the .The currency dates of prior versions of the United States Code in print since 1994 can be found by using the “Search in version” feature on the Advanced Search page.
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The department shall provide to all supervisory personnel of the executive agencies training in the principles of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action, the development and implementation of affirmative action plans, and the establishment of annual affirmative action goals.
The department may contract for training services, and each participating agency shall reimburse the department for costs incurred through such contract.
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It is the policy of this state to assist in providing the assurance of equal employment opportunity through programs of affirmative and positive action that will allow full utilization of women, minorities, and individuals who have a disability.
The head of each executive agency shall develop and implement an affirmative action plan in accordance with rules adopted by the department and approved by a majority vote of the Administration Commission before their adoption.
Each executive agency shall establish annual goals for ensuring full utilization of groups underrepresented in the agency’s workforce, including women, minorities, and individuals who have a disability, as compared to the relevant labor market, as defined by the agency.