MG665-2009 Lesson 1 Assn3

MG665-2009 Lesson 1 Assn3 - 14 Jan 2009 Lesson 1, Assn 3...

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14 Jan 2009 Lesson 1, Assn 3 Case Analysis of “Fair is Fair, Isn’t It?” In this situation, the dean made a poor decision by allowing his secretary to take classes during work hours without having it approved beforehand. This resulted from ineffective communication between him and his superiors. If the dean had been fully aware of the gravity of a non-minority using an antiquated minority-only perk, then he likely would have disallowed her from attending the course. Now the secretary, Laura, is considering legal action because she feels that she is being reverse discriminated and unrightfully punished. The dean must act quickly to resolve this situation so that both parties can be appeased, as Laura does not deserve to be punished and the university should not be the brunt of a costly legal battle. The University’s Stance The dean must also consider his own career and tread lightly without ruffling too many feathers. He should try to take into account the university’s reasoning for continuing
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2010 for the course MG RS1 taught by Professor Lichtenstein during the Spring '10 term at Antelope Valley College.

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MG665-2009 Lesson 1 Assn3 - 14 Jan 2009 Lesson 1, Assn 3...

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