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    question you may ask is " what is affirmative action?" Affirmative action is the encouragement of increased representation of women and minority group member, especially in employment (Dictionary). This applies mostly in schools and workplaces. Evidence suggest that it has had some success in improving educational and economic opportunity for women and minorities (Gale). This topic has started many large debates and has become a very big issue since it has to deal with discrimination and merging…

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    discrimination that currently exist in today’s world. The topic I decided to discuss is age discrimination. During 1967, the federal law under the Age Discrimination Employment Act (ADEA) was enforced to protect employees’ ages 40 or older rights to work and in 1986 to protect mandatory retirement. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) enforcement under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, “the law makes it illegal to discriminate against someone on the basis of race, color,…

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    EEOC Vs Autozone

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    In the case of the EEOC v. AutoZone the plaintiff, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, filed an employment discrimination case on behalf of John Shepherd against Shepherd’s former employer AutoZone. The case alleged that AutoZone failed to provide reasonable accommodations for Shepherd’s disability and was therefore in violation of the American’s with Disabilities Act enacted in 1990. Shepherd started as a sales clerk with AutoZone in 1998 as a sales clerk and was promoted to parts…

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    such as religion, race, national origin, age. Asking about the previous characteristics is illegal, and disqualifying a candidate based on these characteristics may result in involving the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in an investigation and in some cases a lawsuit. The candidate then has the opportunity to ask questions about the company, that concludes the process of the interview. Final stages of the recruitment…

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    Workplace Wellness Plan

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    acronyms that are very important as follows: ADA (American Disabilities Act), EEOC (Equal Employee Opportunity Commission), Affordable Care Act, and HIPPA. It is critical that employers abide by the federal laws and state laws. If employers do not comply, their wellness plans will be sickly. In addition, certain rules apply to employees that are disabled. The rule is administrated by The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The EEOC defines a wellness programs. The ECOC provides a Q &…

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    Age Discrimination Essay

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    retain or regain employment due to arbitrary age limit setting in spite of performance, or skill and morale deterioration due to training omission, are problematic to a healthy economy. Because of this, certain laws are put in place to deter such disadvantages; yet these same protective laws that serve to guide employer ethical behavior might also oblige employee unethical behavior in the form of frivolous law suits. Here we review ethical issues under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act…

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    Managers should pay attention to the basis for decision making and selection about training and development opportunities (Bennett-Alexander D., and Hartman L., 2015, p567). The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) should pressure corporations to address age bias and bring their policies up to date. Encourage older workers to pursue job-related training and reward with promotional opportunities. If companies/corporations desire an age cut-off they should invest in establishing a…

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    and fire management and select and appoint a chief executive Answer Selected Answer: III only Correct Answer: III only Question 6 4 out of 4 points Correct Exceptions to the rule of employment-at-will include which of the following? I. organization of unions II. passage of Sarbanes Oxley Act III. raising of public policy issues IV. promise of implied-contract or…

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    have taken place over time that helped people against being discriminated against especially in the workplace. Even though it still happens there are things that they can argue to help their case. The Civil Rights Act protects people’s rights, the Equal Pay Act helped women and men doing the same work with the same skills get the same pay, and even the Medical Leave Act which gave men and women the same amount of time off for a family member in critical condition or for childbirth without being…

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    a similar job in the coker unit in 1992. Chevron offered Mario the job on the condition that he pass a medical examination, however the doctor at Chevron found that Mario was suffering from a malfunctioning liver. Chevron withdrew the offer of employment because he was unable to process toxins in the plant environments due to the medical conditions would be exacerbated by continued exposure to toxins at the refinery. Mario discovered that he had Hepatitis C after he went for medical…

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