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    Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Law

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    Create a fictitious case for ADA scenario.

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    William, a physically-handicapped male, entered a toy store looking for employment and when he was approached by a store clerk and he stated his request the clerk went to the manager's office to inquire about an application. When the clerk returned with the application the clerk stated that William could fill it out, but that he should count on hearing back. William had his transcripts from the schools he attended and several references to turn in when he handed in his application. William has a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and is currently working on a Masters in Business Administration specializing in Accounting. William has also worked as an Accounting Clerk for 4 years while attending college. His position as Accounting Clerk entitled him to handle all accounting procedures from keeping the books from source documents to keeping the journals to writing the checks. This business used manual bookkeeping procedures ...

    Solution Summary

    This was a scenario of a handicapped person who needed to be treated in a more respective way and the ways that this could be done with all involved.

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