ch%2021 - Ch 21 learning Objectives 1. Identify...

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Ch 21 learning Objectives 1. Identify circumstances under which the antidiscrimination statutes will be applied to activities outside the U.S. 2. Identify entities to which the CRA, ADA , and ADEA apply, and list the protected classes created by those statutes. 3. Distinguish between disparate impact and disparate treatment, identify the defenses to each and explain the circumstances under which those defenses are available. 4. Identify the steps in a disparate treatment case, including each of the elements of a prima facie case. 5. Distinguish between the different types of sexual harassment, discuss an employer's liability for both types of each type of harassment, specifically the affirmative defense and its applicability and identify the protected classes on which a hostile environment claim can be made.
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LO 1 Extraterritorial Application Protections extend to: – U.S. citizens – Working for U.S. firms – Unless the foreign laws exception applies
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LO 2: Statutes - Protected Classes
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This note was uploaded on 08/12/2011 for the course ECON 212 taught by Professor Shwritzer during the Spring '11 term at Alabama A&M University.

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