Based on this case Percy Green, an African American man who had been employed by McDonnell Douglas, was laid off as a result of a reduction in McDonnell's workforce. After the layoff Green participated in a protest against alleged racial discrimination by McDonnell in its employment practices The protest included a stall-in,
Section 4(e) of the Age Discrimination of Employment Act (ADEA) makes it unlawful to print or publish or cause to be "printed or published, any notice or advertisement. Discuss practice.
Section 4(e) of the Age Discrimination of Employment Act (ADEA) makes it unlawful to print or publish or cause to be "printed or published, any notice or advertisement . . . indicating a preference, limitation, specification, or determination based on age." Discuss how this is applied in practice, including guidance from the EEO
Do you think auto manufacturers do enough to explain the downside of airbags? How air bags can be dangerous in low impact crashes?
What do you think about the recent Tylenol controversy in which the company secretly purchased its defective products from stores instead of conducting a product recall (Kavilanz, 2010)? Kavilanz, P. (2010, September 16). Johnson & Johnson may have planned phantom Tylenol recall. Retrieved from http://money.cnn.com/2010/09/16
Under what circumstances is an employee protected against adverse employer action for refusing to work in a particular area or perform a particular task?
Lynette Hines is employed by Irvin Industries. She recently became a Seven Day Adventist and has informed her employer that she can no longer work on Saturday. Irvin Industries makes seat cushions for airplanes and is a relatively small operation. While Saturday is not a regular work day, frequently employees are required to wor
If these employees bring a claim of national origin discrimination on the basis of this policy, what is Morales' best defense? Explain.
Morales, who speaks only English, owns and operates a large warehouse. Most of his workers speak only English, and he requires that all of his employees speak English and that all communication in the workplace, which involves the performance of any job, be done in English. A number of workers whose primary language is not Engl
Distinguish between quotas and affirmative action goals.
Prepare an outline that you would use to develop a PowerPoint presentation of around 8-10 slides outlining a socially responsible risk management strategy for a company with which you are familiar (Please note, you are creating an outline in a Word document, not the actual PowerPoint presentation). Summarize the following: ï?
BUSN310-1103B-06 International Legal and Ethical Issues in Business Assignment Name: Unit 4 Discussion Board Many organizations have established policies to remedy discrimination when hiring women and minorities. Discuss whether you feel that affirmative action programs, reverse discrimination, and criteria of comparable w
Case of WALT BENNETT FORD v. DYE: Do you think that it would have helped Dyer to file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau?
You can have an idea of this case of WALT BENNETT FORD v. DYER in: http://ar.findacase.com/research/wfrmDocViewer.aspx/xq/fac.19820414_0043514.AR.htm/qx -Do you think that it would have helped Dyer to file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau? -Should Dyer and/or her attorney have at least tried to determine if t
1. There are 10 to 12 different principles of finance that are briefly discussed. For example one of them is the principles of diversification. Please pick two (not including the principle of diversification!) and explain how they can apply to your personal financial life or to your company. 2. Financial statements are usua
The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) was designed to protect workers with disabilities against employer discrimination. Discuss the following: * In actual practice, how well does the Act achieve this goal? Explain. Support your answer with examples from recent court decisions Selected Recent Case Law Under the ADA:
Using the Library or other Web resources, locate and summarize a real-life example of when contract rights secured through collective bargaining conflict with civil rights. * Describe the federal laws and regulations pertaining to employee workplace rights.
Does the Immigration Reform and Control Act apply to your current (or most recent) employer? Explain. What are the consequences to an employer if it hires an unauthorized alien? * Describe the federal laws and regulations pertaining to employee workplace rights. * Evaluate the legal liability of non-compliance.
Advertisers are alleging that they have been charged for 'invalid clicks' and 'fraudulent clicks' in violation of the contract. The complaint alleges that technical problems are responsible for the 'invalid clicks', such as unintentional clicks, incomplete clicks, improperly recorded clicks, etc. The Advertisers contended that
Many organizations have established policies to remedy discrimination when hiring women and minorities. Discuss whether you feel that affirmative action programs, reverse discrimination, and criteria of comparable worth are appropriate forms of remedy. You should conduct research on this topic before making your posts. Re
Great Practices or Greed Explain how ethics in business and the law are related. How are they different? What is the impact of ethical behavior on the development of social responsibility for businesses?
Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. Fact Pattern 1-1A The Montana Supreme Court decides the case of National Co. v. Overseas Corp. Of nine justices, six believe the judgment should be in National's favor. Justice Peel, one of the six, writes a separate opinion
What would happen in an auditor knows of an illegal act being done by a company but fail to notify the company or the proper boards? Would the company be fined for their part and would the auditor be fined or fired? Sometimes an auditor misses things even though it is their job to be thorough and exact when conducting an audit. I just wonder what the proper procedure would be if that were to happen.
What would happen in an auditor knows of an illegal act being done by a company but fail to notify the company or the proper boards? Would the company be fined for their part and would the auditor be fined or fired? Sometimes an auditor misses things even though it is their job to be thorough and exact when conducting an audit.
Select and read four of the articles listed under Legal Issues in International and Domestic Business: Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Discuss the compliance issues associated with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
What is your opinion: Do high school students lack capacity to enter into enlistment contracts? Side Note: Here's an interesting post from my learner, James Ferrang, last quarter: 4/6/20xx 9:59:26 PM Ma'am, yes, they lack the capacity (not an adult) to enter into enlistments. They used to allow minors (under 18) t
"Auditor's responsibility to uncover illegal acts depends on direct effect or indirect effect..." What is the difference between direct effect and indirect effect illegal acts? How do these acts differ from fraud? What is the auditor's responsibility in detecting and reporting these acts?
During an interview "an auditor should pay attention to how the person acts and respond to questions." What are some of the signs that auditors should be looking for? What actions and responses by the person being interviewed might indicate fraudulent behavior? Do you think the auditor is in the best position to identify the
In a response, including at least one APA reference, answer the following: Some companies install surveillance equipment (cameras, computer software) to monitor their employees. Valenti Management, which owns and runs 117 Wendy's and 17 Chili's restaurants, has installed fingerprint scanners on all its cash registers. Do you
Please discuss one or two of the following: (1) Bribes and kickbacks (2) Fines and penalties paid to a government for violation of law (3) Two-thirds of treble damages made to claimants resulting from violation of the antitrust law (4) For legal fees incurred in a trade or business to be deductible, what requirements need to be satisfied?
Please discuss one or two of the following: (1) Bribes and kickbacks (2) Fines and penalties paid to a government for violation of law (3) Two-thirds of treble damages made to claimants resulting from violation of the antitrust law (4) For legal fees incurred in a trade or business to be deductible, what requirements
-What is the relevance of the fact that the parties negotiated at length for the supply contract and both were represented by competent counsel? Would the result have been the same if AVX had been a much less sophisticated and powerful party who, perhaps, was not represented by counsel in the negotiations? -In light of the Ca
A research analyst for the Indiana Department of Corrections was told that she would have to submit to a psychological examination in order to keep her job. She took the exam, which lasted two hours and contained many questions related to details of her personal life. She sued, claiming that the test violated her constitutional
YOU BE THE JUDGE EXERCISE Goldman was a woman in her 80s whose husband died after a long bout with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases. For several years prior to her husband's death, Goldman had cared for him at home. During much of her husband's illness and for some years afterward, she was under the care of a psychiatrist
Can anyone help me with these two questions please; I need a point of view. Read this case please: Derek Dirt operates a home-based business selling herbs and supplements. He receives samples frequently and is constantly discarding unwanted samples, as well as packaging, old files, and other junk on a back yard trash heap tha