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    Employee discrimination for height

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    An employer (has more than 15 employees)thinks that tall people are better looking than the regular people.
    Accordingly, he only hires job applicants to wait tables in the Executive Heights Restaurant if they are over 6 feet tall.

    If a protected class of job applicants under 6 feet sues the employer, will it likely get compensatory and punitive damages? Explain.

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    Probably not. Under Federal law, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discriminating against employees because of their race, color, ...

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    The expert examines employee discrimination for height.