JobDesignRecr.s08

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Turkey, Inc. is a large (1000 employees) food processing  company in a poor, rural community. To qualify for a job as a  "feather plucker," applicants must have a high school  diploma. In the community in which Turkey is located, about  70% of the African-American population dropped out of high  school in order to help support their families. Therefore, only  about 30% of the minority applicants can qualify for the job,  as compared to about 60% of the white population. A group  of African-American applicants who were denied employment  by Turkey filed a discrimination suit.  1. What law applies in this case? a. The Equal Opportunity Law b. ADEA c. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act d. Minority Protection Act  
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  2. Under what definition of discrimination are the plaintiffs  filing? a. Disparate treatment b. Disparate impact c. Affirmative action d. Equal opportunity 1. Which of the following would be most appropriate for  assessing whether there is a statistical disparity between 
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