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UGBA 151 Pop Quiz #2 True or False 1. The court case that established that an employer’s selection practice needs to be job- related and that Plaintiffs do not need to show that the employer’s intent was to discriminate is Griggs v. Duke Power. 2. Under affirmative action, an employer can select a less qualified minority candidate over a more qualified majority candidate without violating the law. 3. When applying the 4/5’s rule to test for discrimination, you would multiply the selection rate of the majority group (males or Whites) by 80% and then compare that number against the selection rates of all minority groups. 4. The Bakke v. UC Regents case demonstrated that an organization like the University of California Davis can set aside spaces in its medical school class in order to increase the representation of minorities within medical school. 5. The Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972 established that performance evaluations need to be job-related in order to properly select people for jobs. 6.
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