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    The Impact of Title VII in the Workplace

    Please help with the following questions: 1. What's the impact of Title VII in the workplace? 2. Can your answer be in paragraphs and can you give me the sources.

    Disability case identification is mentioned.

    Identify an employment law case pertaining to disability. Provide a brief summary and identify the statute or regulation interpreted in the case. Explain the relationship between the case and relevant statutes and/or regulations. Examin how the statute and/or regulations have evolved through case interpretation. Describe how th

    National Origin Law Case

    Provide a brief summary and identify the statue or regulation interpreted in the case by explaining the relationship between the case and the statue. Describe how the case impacts the employment environment.

    Legal issues and employment performance are correlated.

    1. What mistakes, if any, has David made in his appraisal activities? 2. Is there the possibility of a legal challenge if he chooses to demote Jack? Melony? On what basis? 3. What related court cases are applicable to this case and why? David is a department head at statewide Insurance Company. He has been with the comp

    Legal issues and Employment Testing

    1. Identify and discuss the problems with the validity of Wayne Paxton's qualifications. Which qualifications are valid? Which qualifications are not valid? 2. What changes would you recommend that Wayne Paxton make? Why? 3. What related court cases are applicable to this case study and why? Wayne Paxton owns a small tr

    Tennesee State laws vs. Federal Laws are contrasted.

    How do the federal and Tennessee state systems of the government differ in their application of employment laws and what is one example of an employment protection provided by Tennessee state law, but not the federal system. Thank-you for your assistance!

    Questions on Title VII are noted.

    I need your help answering these questions: 1. Who is covered and not covered under Title VII and the impact of Title VII in the workplace? 2.I need four court cases that illustrate disparate treatment in the workplace and in each case I need the following: a. A brief description of the relevant facts b. The ruling and r

    Questions

    1. List three areas of employment that the Fair Labor Standards Act covers. 2. What is sexual harassment? What are two kinds of sexual harassment? Give an example of each. 3. List two changes made by the 1991 Civil Rights Act. 4. What is an exempt employee exempt from? List the three categories of

    Employee Handbook Privacy Section

    1. What are some ethical considerations involved in the design of an employee handbook? 2. How should state, federal, and international laws be addressed, if at all, regarding privacy in an employee handbook? Thank you your HELP is greatly appreciated.

    Incidents of violence in the workplace are mentioned.

    It appears as though the number of incidents of violence in the workplace has increased over the past several years, what is your opinion on the reason for the increase? What can be done to prevent violence in the workplace? Do you think companies do enough to protect their employee?

    Legal Issues in Reduction of Workforce are noted.

    1. What role, if any, length of service should play in making decisions for a reduction-in-force in a non-union organization? Why? 2. To what extent can or should management consider gender, race, age, and other "protected class" designations when making reduction-in-force decisions? 3. What role, if any, should ethics and

    Some questions on Sexual harassment are posed.

    1. Is this a case of sexual harassment? If so, what type? What might the legal penalties be? 2. What should Betty do? 3. What case law supports what Betty would do? Betty was one of two women who had been recently assigned to a great Plains Power & Light field crew. the utility had been aggressively recruiting women, an

    Employment Law - Recruiting Students

    These are the questions: 1. What is your assessment of the college's affirmation action attempts to recruit African American candidates? 2. How should president Jones response to perceptions and rumors? 3. Are the concerns about Dr. Wright's sexual preference a valid consideration? 4. Should President Jones discuss t

    Union Membership is debated.

    The development of unions was a significant turning point for workers in the United States. Over the past few decades union membership has been declining, are unions no longer needed in the United States? Do you think the development of such a broad system of employment laws has decreased the need for unions? Why or Why n

    Employment Laws: STATE and FEDERAL SYSTEM

    I need help answering these questions on STATE and FEDERAL SYSTEM: 1.Describe how the Federal and state systems of government may or may not differ in their application of employment laws. 2.Provide at least two examples of an employment protection that is provided by California system, but not by the federal system.

    Title VII

    1. Is there a way to Summarize the scope of Title VII and its applications to the workplace? Employment Discrimination might not be covered under Title VII - I might be wrong this might only deal with race, color, religion, sex, etc. Please correct me if I'm wrong. 2. Who is covered and not covered under Title VII and it

    Family and Medical Leave Act: Example Problem

    Many states are considering expanding their state's version of FMLA to mandate pay provision for the 12 week absence. How do you think this will impact American business? Will it affect our competitiveness abroad? Explain your answer. (Please provide citation if needed).

    Sexual Harassment Laws

    Sixty per cent of working women have faced sexual harassment at some point of time in their working lives. For every woman who raises an outcry, there are hundreds of others who suffer in silence, quit their jobs or get transfers. The reporting is increasing. a) Are numbers dealing with sexual harassment substantive or specul

    Employer/Employee Relationship

    Little Lamb Company needs an additional programmer for a special project. The company enters into a contract with Mary to complete this project. Just as the project is nearing completion, a new need arises for her services. She is asked to continue with the company to complete the new project. While completing the new project, t

    Discrimination

    The laws prohibiting discrimination have been around since the civil war, do you think the amendments to Civil Rights Litigation has changed the way cases are brought to court? Do you think it has become easier or more difficult to prevail on a discrimination claim over the past ten years? Please provide citation if nece

    Cases of Sexual Harassment

    More cases alleging sexual harassment occur each year, do you think the number of cases is rising or do you think the reporting of incidents is becoming more acceptable? Explain your answer. Provide citations if necessary.

    Employer/Employee Relationship

    Little Lamb Company needs an additional programmer for a special project. The company enters into a contract with Mary to complete this project. Just as the project is nearing completion, a new need arises for her services. She is asked to continue with the company to complete the new project. While completing the new project, t

    Employment At-Will Doctrine

    The doctrine of employment at will has been eroded away over the past several years for various reasons. Do you think this has hurt American businesses, why or why not?

    Question 1 / Law

    An employer makes an employees life miserable, as a result the employee feels that he/she can no longer tolerate the working conditions at the job therefore the employee quits. Is this an actionable employment claim? If so why and what is it? If not, then what elements are lacking?

    Legal Process are embodied.

    John is an employee in a private sector organization. He wants to file a discrimination complaint against his employer. Based on this scenario how can you explain the discrimination complaint and civil litigation processes. How does the complaint begins with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and proceeds thr

    Service Contracts - Parol Evidence Rule and Ethics

    Answer the following question in a manner that is clear and concise. Write so that the lay person can understand your answer. Your response must explain the law involved in arriving at your conclusion. No points will be assigned for unsupported conclusions. In entering into contracts for services, customers might be influenc

    Discuss Outcome of Case

    In a case decided by the U.S. Court of Appeals or the 8th Circuit, Crone v. United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS) (copy and paste this URL into the address bar of your browser. http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/data2/circs/8th/013595p.pdf), a UPS dispatcher was denied a supervisory position because her boss feared drivers would make her

    Religious Discrimination

    The Christina Bookstore of Port Alice seeks a cashier. Mansour, a Muslim. Applies for the job. He is not hired because he is not a member of a Christina religion. When sued for religious discrimination, by Mansour, the Bookstore asserts membership in a Christian religion as a BFOQ. Under what conditions will this defense be