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    Business Proposal - New Hiring Practices

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    Read the case study about Julie (**see attachment). Based on the issues described in this case, propose new hiring practices for the company to follow. In your proposal, be sure to address the legal and ethical issues involved in discrimination and affirmative action policies.

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    Julie should understand that the actions of her employer are in violation of Subchapter VI of Chapter 21 of 42 U.S.C. ?2000e(2) or in short the violation of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act 1964. This act clearly prohibits discrimination by covered individuals on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. So it is illegal on the part of the employer to discriminate against Bandu on the basis on Legally, speaking Julie should report the discrimination to the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). This is a federal agency whose goal is to end employment discrimination. The commission will file a suit against the company on the behalf of alleged victims of discrimination against employers. In this case it is Bandu. If Julie files a complaint with the EEOC the law will also protect her as a whistle blower and her job and salary will be protected.

    There are other issues in this case. The owner of the company has clearly told Julie that he is disclosing the information to her in confidence. In other words, Julie is not supposed to disclose information given to her in confidence. In fact the owner has disclosed the policy to Julie because she works in the ...

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    This answer provides a business proposal for new hiring practices for a company, including legal and ethical issues involved in discrimination and affirmative action policies.

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