Definition of equal opportunity in English:

equal opportunity

Syllabification: e·qual op·por·tu·ni·ty

noun

The policy of treating employees and others without discrimination, especially on the basis of their sex, race, or age: [as modifier]: an equal opportunity employer
More example sentences
  • The report reveals that many health boards and trusts have no specific race and equal opportunities policies in place, and where they do they are often out of date.
  • Many health boards and trusts have no specific race and equal opportunities policies.
  • A good employer will have agreed equal opportunities and other policies such as anti-harassment with the union.

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