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1. Where did Louis Minardi go wrong? What specific laws and guidelines discussed in this chapter (if any) did he violate?

2. Present a short report detailing a system and set of procedures he should use from now on to avoid these problems in the future.

3. What should he do now with respect to the EEOC charges? What can he expect now in terms of EEOC procedures.

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STEP 1
1. Where did Louis Minardi go wrong? What specific laws and guidelines discussed in this chapter (if any) did he violate?
If Lois has not recruited Takia on the basis of her color or gender then Louis has done wrong.
In reality Louis did not give proper logical reasons why he had rejected Takia in the first place and this caused doubts about the reasons why Takia was not recruited.
As Louis did not reject Takia's application only because she was black or a woman, he had not violated the law.

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2. Present a short report detailing a system and set of procedures he should use from now on to avoid ...

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