Chapter 12 Cases - Pollard 1 Front pay 2 Yes, by permitting...

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Pollard 1 – Front pay 2 – Yes, by permitting the recov- ery of compensatory and punitive damages in addition to previous available remedies, such as front pay. 3 - “Front pay” is money awarded for lost compensation during the brief period of time between a court judgment and the actual reinstate- ment of the employee. A more common meaning of front pay is a monetary award in lieu of reinstatement when reinstatement is not viable because of continuing hos- tility between a plaintiff and the employer or its workers. Griggs 1 - The Court of Appeals was confronted with a ques- tion of first impression, as are we, concerning the meaning of Title VII. After careful analysis a majority of that court concluded that a subjective test of the employer’s intent should govern, particularly in a close case, and that in this case there was no showing of a discriminatory purpose in the adoption of a diploma and test requirements. On this basis, the Court of Appeals concluded there was no violation of the Act. 2 - The objective of Congress in the enactment of Title
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Chapter 12 Cases - Pollard 1 Front pay 2 Yes, by permitting...

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