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11 Cards in this Set

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O'conner v. Ortega
privacy by civil servants. individuals do not lose 4th ammendment rights because they work for a govt. employer
Collective Bargaining
union contracting as opposed to wages being set by elected officials or by Civil service commission.
Sexual Harassment
treating members of opposite sexas sex objects, repeated attempts to intimidate or discomfort a person based on gender- 2 types. Promotes a negative implication on diversity in th eworkplace
Quid Pro Quo
attempt to coerce sexual favors for some job benefit or as a condition of continued employment
Hostile Work Environment
offensive work climate. posters, language pervasive environment of sexual nature.
Gender Discrimination
gendered wages and job segregation. negative implication on diversity in the workplace
Gendered Wages
traditional women's work less valued than traditional men's.
Job Segregation
horizontal and vertical men well paid women not
Vertical- doctors- men nurses- women
horizontal (both less desired jobs- men as truck drivers women as secretaries.
Work/Life issues
daycare/elderly care/ important because they complicate the careers of women who normally are expected to address these issues.
Age discrimination employment act of 1967
legislative attempt to get employers to make personnel decisions on objective criteria rather than age related stereotypes.
Title VII civil rights act of 1964
Extended to