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    The federal government and state are very stringent in their regulations on safety and health practices by the organizations and breaching them could prove detrimental to the organization by attracting huge fines and penalties. In addition to the huge fines and penalties, the violating employers are also vulnerable to being accused and prosecuted with criminal charges. The following are some of the federal laws and regulations laid down by the government concerning safety at the workplace for…

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    people can be easily marginalised on the basis of caste, class, gender, sexuality, region, religion, culture etc. The entire process of social exclusion or marginalisation has systematically kept individuals and communities away from the resources, opportunities and their rights. As a result they are barred from social, political, economical and cultural activities, so that the power can be restored within…

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    She served on the country’s Minister for Gender and Family Promotion, as a senator, a governor of the Kigali-Ngali, and, most importantly, as a executive secretary of the National Unity and Reconciliation Commission. The Commission was created in March 1999 by Parliament to promote unity and reconciliation during the aftermath of the genocide. The aim was altering and remedying the effects of the previous governing system, eliminate discrimination and exclusion, create…

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    Americans were stripped of their rights by numerous discriminatory laws in the South. Unlawful violence became a normal scenario for the blacks of South. Separate institutions and facilities for blacks and whites became a basic rule. The concept of equal rights as allowed by the 13th, 14th and the 15th amendment were completely ignored and abolished. The whole situation remained there till 1950’s when in…

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    Case Law regarding Childcare Discrimination Breastfeeding is an important practice for a mother and her baby psychologically, economically, and in terms of health. Thus, the practice needs to be done exclusively within the first six months of a child’s life and slightly extended to the time the child begins to take supplementary foods. When mothers are able to adequately breastfeed, the rate at which children contract infectious disease, develop obesity, and other forms of health disorders,…

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    The domain of the source is “.gov” which means the US Government is in control of the website. An assumption can be made that all the information is legitimate, because it is under the supervision of the government. The author of the article is Mae Bowen, however there is no background knowledge of the author. The author has a bias tone towards the topic, which is the Civil Rights Act. The tone the author presents about the topic is positive. The tone is appropriate because the Civil Rights Act…

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    Culture & Beliefs Wal-mart’s beliefs are based on four key components. These components include providing service to customers, respecting associates, striving for excellence, and acting with integrity. According to the interview from Victor Pina, he described Wal-Mart’s the ideal culture of Wal-Mart is supposed to be collaborative. However, he acknowledged that Wal-Mart’s ideal culture is not prevalent. The report will analyze the cause the discrepancies in Wal-Mart’s ideal culture and…

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    lead to sexual harassment. This is because staff turnover all the time occur in hotel industry (Poulston, 2008a; Watts, 2007; Wijesinghe, 2007). Hotel needed too many part timers or hiring new staffs especially peak season. According to European Commission Study (1998), the chances of sexual harassment is higher for the short time workers who didn’t get trained well and may not know how to solve this…

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    “What, what is there more?” (The Kitchen, Part 2, p.28) is the closing statement of Wesker’s play The Kitchen. The question posed by Marango is more of a rhetoric question and is largely aimed more towards the audience than the characters themselves. It can be argued that Marango’s question is implying that there is nothing else besides this kitchen, that there is no other choice available to them. Which is somewhat true as we the audience do not experience anything else outside of this…

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    People from different societies predict and/or expect men to engage in criminal behavior than women. However, researchers have conducted different studies, which demonstrate how that belief can be valid but inaccurate. Researchers acknowledge that men are likely to part in crime but provide evidence that varies factors contribute to criminal behavior regardless of the individual’s sex. On the other hand, researchers have data that proves there has been an increase in women participating in…

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