Case 10 - Denise Seals Human Resource Management MBAC6103OL...

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Denise Seals Human Resource Management MBAC6103OL Dr. Drivers November 3, 2009 Case 10 Analyzing Promotion Data: Applying the 80% Rule 1. Analyze the table in Exhibit 1.24. What conclusions do you reach? Is there evidence of discrimination in promotion decisions? After analyzing table in Exhibit 1.24 I concluded the Food Chain Supermarket was more prone to hire and promote whites than blacks. In reviewing the table it does show evidence of discrimination in the promotion decision. Since there were more whites than black employees than white were often promoted over blacks. 2. Do you believe that Gemson, Thompson, LeBlanc, and Jackson were discriminated against? Yes I feel Gemson, Thompson, LeBlanc, and Jackson were discriminated against due to the circumstance presented. In all cases they were over looked although they had more experience as well as more time within the company than the people that received the promotions. In addition, in LeBlanc and Thompson case they trained a less skilled
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2010 for the course MBAC 6605 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Baylor.

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Case 10 - Denise Seals Human Resource Management MBAC6103OL...

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