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    accommodations, to allow the attorney General to establish suits to safeguard constitutional rights in public accommodations and public education, to lengthen the Commission on Civil Rights, to avoid discrimination in federally supported programs, to ascertain a Commission on Equal Employment Opportunity, and for other purposes. Employment Discrimination laws strive for the deterrence of discrimination based on race, sex, religion, national origin,…

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    Lauren Hill Case Study

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    S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, n.d.a; U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, n.d.b). The court should decide whether the low level of salaries paid to Lauren Hill derived from low levels of performance or she has become the victim of unlawful discrimination. If I were a judge,…

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    ADA Case Study

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    Disability and Discrimination – Employment Laws In addition to the ADA and the USERRA, there are additional laws that were put in put into place to protect people with disabilities from discrimination in employment. These laws include; the Rehabilitation Act, the Workforce Investment Act and the Civil Service Reform Act. The Rehabilitation Act which was effective March 24…

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    in employment is a serious issue which needs to be openly addressed if equality has to be achieved. Racial discrimination has dominated over the past century. Even though the rates are not as high, it still remains a problem till today. In most cases racial discrimination is more dominant in school and workplaces. Racial discrimination can be defined as the practice of treating individuals in different manner because of their race. The web page chosen for this topic is EEOC (Equal Employment…

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    Equal Pay Gap

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    is recognized that men and women are capable of doing the same jobs with the same amount of effort, but women continually get paid less than their male counterpart. The Equal Pay Act of 1963 was signed by John F. Kennedy. The Equal Pay Act was passed with the intentions to give women the same, fair pay as men. Although the Equal Pay Act was passed, the wage gap is still ongoing. This wage gap exists causing single mothers, as well as, families where the women are the primary breadwinners to…

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    Allen Lopez Case Summary

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    In the case of petitioner ExtremeNet versus respondent Allen Lopez, this case occurred in the State of Georgia in which At Will Employment Law applies. Respondent is making a counter claim. The respondent had worked for the petitioner for seven years in a middle-management position. The respondent found the position rewarding and was well paid. The petitioner struggled to manage the effects of an economic downward spiral; therefore, some employees were laid off and new personnel policies…

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    Eeoc Pros And Cons

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    The EEOC stands for Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The EEOC is a federal agency founded in January, 1965. The main reason for the EEOC is to enforce and administer civil rights laws that protect the people from workplace discrimination. The EEOC is in charge of investigating discrimination claims filed by working americans who believe they were discriminated against by their employer or future employer. If you are not hired, treated differently, or fired because of race, color,…

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    HR Hero said that every company has a Human Resources department that can be contacted if one is felt to be discriminated against. The team of people can look further into the cause and find its relevance and truth. Also, the EEOC, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, can be reached out to if there is a problem. With many laws protecting people, these authorities can make a difference and remind the people committing the hate of the law. If an individual has enough confidence in themself,…

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    got the opportunity to sit in on intake on my third day in the office. I was excited that I got to experience this because it was the most interesting part of my internship; being able to not only sit in on intake, but to ask the clients questions about their charge. This opened the door to other opportunities like writing memoranda for an investigator and working closely with other investigators on the cases. I felt proud of myself for going an extra mile to seek out additional opportunities in…

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    The video shines a light one the agricultural industry nation wide, and sexual harassment and assault perpetuated on women. The most atrocious aspect of this story is that no rape or assault chargers have come to futurity. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, (EEOC) the federal…

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