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(1) Given that the U.S. work force is becoming increasingly Hispanic (or Latino), should all managers be required to speak and read Spanish? Why or why not?

(2) Suppose you are a team leader and one of your team members has a very strong work ethic, based on his or her cultural values. Is it fair to assign this member much more work just because he or she is willing to work longer and harder than the other team members? Defend your answer.

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(1) Given that the U.S. work force is becoming increasingly Hispanic (or Latino), should all managers be required to speak and read Spanish? Why or why not?

Wow - tough question, and you will get an array of opinions on this one. My opinion is that managers should not be required to speak and read Spanish, assuming that the operations are located in the United States. In my opinion, the workers, to hold a job, should be required to speak and read at least a minimal amount of ...

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Given that the U.S. work force is becoming increasingly Hispanic (or Latino), should all managers be required to speak and read Spanish? Why or why not?

(2) Suppose you are a team leader and one of your team members has a very strong work ethic, based on his or her cultural values. Is it fair to assign this member much more work just because he or she is willing to work longer and harder than the other team members? Defend your answer.

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