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  • Workplace Harassment Examples

    Workplace Harassment The workplace harassment is harmful for the psychological health of the employee; it could cause stress, even suicidal thoughts. Later, it will be mentioned the different types of harassment in the workplace and another examples of: harassment by racism, sexual harassment, harassment by disability, harassment plus discrimination, and others in the workplace. I will discuss how the people in the work could stop it, how to act in case of harassment and how to complain about…

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  • Case Study: Bandag Automotive Case

    Bandag Automotive Case Study Bandag Automotive is a family business that provides auto supplies. The father let his son, Jim Bandag, to run the auto supply company. The company has around 300 people and it is in charge of distributing two divisions. There are 5 Bandag auto supplies stores. The company has specific employees to different departments in the company; however, the company does not have an HR manager. Jim’s father has a close relationship with its employees; on the other hand Jim…

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  • Racial Discrimination In The Workplace: Case Study

    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 Opportunity Commission). EEOC is an agency that is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person’s race, color, religion, sex, disability…

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  • Title VII Of The Civil Rights Act Analysis

    Act of 1964 The Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was designed to protect people from employment discrimination based on their race, color, nationality, sex or religion. The Act gave birth to the EEOC, the acronym stands for Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The EEOC is a bipartisan, five-member group that seeks to end employment discrimination. According to (Clouatre, 2014) the EEOC encourages diversity in the workplace by executing anti-discriminatory laws. Title VII of…

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  • Eeoc Pros And Cons

    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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  • Gender Pay Gap In Pay

    In April of this year, five members of the United States Women’s National Soccer team with the help of Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed an discriminatory action against the U. S Soccer Federation (Martinez, 2016). Even though the women’s team has bought in a profit of around 20 million dollars, they are being paid very poorly compared to the men in the Federation. They are being paid about a fourth of the amount the men make; this even forced some of these world champion soccer…

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  • Constructive Discharge Case Study

    to: CEO from: John Doe subject: EEOC Charge date: May 5, 2014 The pending Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Complaint of constructive discharge is potentially conceivable as a violation of employee rights in relation to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission delineates constructive discharge as an event that impels an employee to quit, retire or downgrade their position because of discrimination, retaliation or harassment. The…

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  • Personal Autobiography: My Passion For Law Enforcement

    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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  • Sexual Harassment Cases

    After viewing the video title, “You be the Judge”, on sexual harassment, Learning Team D (LTD) analyzed three different things involving employees and sexual harassment in the workplace. LTD examined each element of the cause of action, the applicable defenses, and the reason for the Judge’s ruling. Next, the team analyzed the potential liability of the employee and the employer. Finally, LTD scrutinized if the sexual harassment were an independent contractor versus an employee. Analyze Each…

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  • The Challenges Of The Civil Rights Act Of 1964

    Although, this was the first attempt at trying to provide equal employment opportunities for employees with disabilities the act only applied only to federal contractors. In 1990, to further help with protecting disabled individuals in the workplace the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed. Having a broader range than the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, which is enforced by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission applies to private employers, labor unions that…

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