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Worst or most fearful terrorist act

Nuclear, chemical, biological, technological, and violence-inspired methods have historically been used by terrorists to instill fear and hurt innocent victims. In your opinion, what is the worst or most fearful terrorist act? Do you believe that these terrorist cell members are right in any manner? Substantiate your response.

Interviewing Techniques: Behavioral vs Structural Compared

We need to build in some discussion of the Behavioral Event Interview or what is sometimes called the Behavioral Interview. These interview questions ask people what they really did in their previous job and not hypothetical questions about what the candidate might do in a given situation. This is a good way to drill into actual

The Negligence Issue is Analyzed

Kevin Allen was the owner and manager of an apartment building in Chicago, Illinois. Marybeth Duncavage, a second-year medical student, entered into an agreement with Allen for the rental of Apartment 1-W. She moved into the apartment on August 1. About 3 am on August 4, Tommy Jackson came into the rear yard adjacent to Apartmen

Title VII Law

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

McDonnell Douglas v. Green Case study Analysis

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

Defective Products Recall Controversy

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

Socially Responsible Risk Management Strategy for a Company

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?

Affirmative Action Programs, Reverse Discrimination, & Criteria

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

The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)

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:

Federal Laws and Regulations: Employee Workplace Rights

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.

Immigration Reform and Control Act

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.

Is It Illegal to Click on Competitor Sites?

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

Affirmative Action and Reverse Discrimination Programs

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

Business Law: Multiple choice questions 16-30

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.