Chapter 17- Equal Employment Opportunities

Chapter 17- Equal Employment Opportunities - Chapter 17-...

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Chapter 17- Equal Employment Opportunities T RUE -F ALSE  Q UESTIONS         1. Once an affirmative action program has succeeded, it must be changed or dropped.         2. In a sexual harassment case, an employer cannot be held liable for the actions of an employee.         3. In a sexual harassment case, an employer cannot be held liable for the actions of a nonemployee.         4. Women affected by pregnancy must be treated for all job-related purposes the same as persons not so  affected but similar in ability to work.         5. Employment discrimination against persons with a physical or mental impairment that substantially  limits their everyday activities is prohibited.         6. Discrimination  complaints  brought  under  federal  law  must be filed  with the  Equal  Opportunity  Employment Commission.         7. If the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission decides not to investigate a claim, the victim has no  other option.         8. All employers are subject to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.         9. Disparate-treatment discrimination occurs when an employer intentionally discriminates against an  employee.         10. Title   VII   prohibits   employers   and   unions   from   discriminating   against   persons   because   of   their  religions. M
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