BS Ethics Ex 1 Q 11 - pay is not provided then their rights...

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BS Ethics, BBA 4751-04D James Tilley, Section 1 Exam, Q11 Comparable worth is the idea of similar pay for jobs that have a similar degree of skill. One version of comparable worth is where the labors wages are not the same as the market prices. One example is auto mechanics; their hourly wages are $10-20 dollars depending on their experience level. The average market price is $70-80 dollars an hour for auto repair. The other version of comparable worth is when discrimination limits the wages paid to the laborer. When the languages of rights are applied to the versions they are expressed differently. One states that employers must equally pay labors for equal jobs performed. When equal
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Unformatted text preview: pay is not provided then their rights have been violated. An example is illegal immigrants enter the country looking for work. I am sure they are not receiving the same pay as an American citizen. The second languages of right states that one can not be paid lesser wages due to discrimination. It is very similar to the first right, and basically reinforces and protects the first right. An example is the sixties when women’s and African Americans were protesting for equal pay and equal opportunity laws, and thus making it unlawful to pay labors based upon their race or sex....
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