RasppCH03 - Chapter 3: Race, Color, and National Origin...

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Chapter 3: Race, Color, and National Origin Discrimination § Prohibition against race, color, and national origin discrimination under Title VII. § Employers are prohibited from using as the basis for making adverse employment decisions.
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Racial Discrimination § The EEOC reports that discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims based on race continue to be the most common employment discrimination claims under Title VII. § In 2009 the EEOC received 33,579 charges of racial discrimination under Title VII, and in the same year it resolved 31,129 charges and recovered $82.4 million for aggrieved parties, which does not include monetary benefits obtained through litigation.
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The prohibition against racial and color discrimination relates to all phases of the employment process, from recruiting and interviewing applicants, to compensating, promoting, disciplining, and terminating employees. Employers should recognize
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course BLAW 3367 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '12 term at Texas State.

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RasppCH03 - Chapter 3: Race, Color, and National Origin...

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