Please answer the two questions below with minimum of 250 words for each question.
1). Suppose there is a case where both Plaintiffs are women; Leath was forty-seven years of age when she was terminated, and Ackermann was fifty-seven.
CCSLLC decided to restructure its call center and change its focus from inbound calls to outbound calls. This involved a complete restructure to the call center. In March 2011, all employees who were then working in the call center were terminated effective May 2, 2011, but were permitted to pursue positions in the restructured call center. Those employees seeking jobs in the new call center were required to attend a mandatory outbound training program. Although both Leath and Ackermann participated in the outbound training program, neither was hired in the restructured call center.
Do Leath and Ackermann have any valid claims against CCSLLC for unlawful discrimination? What are the relevant legal doctrines? Are there any additional facts that we would need to find out in order to resolve this dispute?
2). Describe an example of political tides having sway over public administration decisions. Is a public administrator who alters his/ her position due to political pressures merely responding to the will of the people or neglecting his/ her duties as an impartial, professional administrator? Is there ever a time when a public administrator should ignore political or social demands in favor of his/her own moral or legal restraints?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 8:10 am ad1c9bdddf
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//Law is the set of rules implemented by the social institutions to govern the behavior of people, society or state. Different countries have different laws, which should be followed rigorously. In the following section, two questions are addressed; the first is a case study in which some legal doctrines are highlighted and the second question addresses a case where political tides sway over the public administration decisions.//
1. The information provided on the case is restricted; therefore, it is very difficult to determine whether Leath and Ackermann have any valid claims against CCSLLC for unlawful discrimination or not. As per the case, it is observed that both Leath and Ackermann were the part of the company before the company decided to restructure its call center, and they were also terminated along with the other employees. Further, they all were permitted to pursue positions in the call center only if they attended the outbound training program. These both women also participated in the program but were not hired so they can claim some legal doctrines.
The most appropriate legal doctrine as per the case seems to be the discrimination on the basis of age (United States Department of Labor, ...
The expert describes an example of political tides having sway over public administration decision. The response addresses the query, which is posted in 686 word with APA References.