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Chapter5_OL-1 - Chapter 5: Outline The Social Context for...

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Chapter 5: Outline The Social Context for Personnel Decisions Nepotism Universalist cultures v. particularist cultures The Legal Context for Personnel Decisions Civil Rights Act of 1964 Title VII Protected groups: race, gender, religion, color, and national origin Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Disability Major life activity Reasonable accommodation Undue burden or hardship Adverse Impact Disparate impact Disparate treatment 4/5ths rule Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures Major Court Cases
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Griggs v. Duke Power Company “Grigg’s burden” Albemarle v. Moody “Deference of law” Bakke v. University of California “Reverse discrimination”? Wards Cove Packing Company v. Atonio Societal Values and Employment Law Civil Rights Act of 1991 Social justice in employment Affirmative Action Four goals of affirmative action Passive interpretation Preferential selection interpretation
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