Describe one group protected by the EEOC, and summarize the related legislation. Are all groups fairly represented? Are any groups missing? Justify your answer.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 5:47 am ad1c9bdddf
One group protected under the EEOC agency are persons with disabilities. The major act that responds to this discrimination is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 (updated several times, most recently in 2009, (http://www.ada.gov/pubs/ada.htm). The disabled may not be discriminated against if they have the qualifications. The law encompasses state, local, and federal governments along with the private sector. All aspects of hiring, training, accommodations, access to facilities ...
The group of people with disabilities is describe and discussed as a particular group protected by the EEOC in terms of representation and protective legislation.
Business Law: Employment protections/applicant filing an EEOC charge under the ADA Laws
Allie is a licensed pilot who is nearsighted. She has 20/20 (perfect) vision when she wears her contact lenses. Without her contact lenses, she cannot read or drive, but with her contact lenses, she is able to engage in these activities. Acme Airlines has a requirement that its pilots have 20/20 uncorrected vision. Allie applies for a pilot position with Acme, and is rejected based on her need to wear contact lenses. Allie goes to the EEOC to file a charge under the ADA against Acme Airlines. What is the likely result?View Full Posting Details