smith.docx - 1 Need a self-explanatory analysis of the following case of Teacher who died as a result of injuries sustained on a picnic Also include

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1. Need a self-explanatory analysis of the following case of Teacher who died as a result of injuries sustained on a picnic. Also include personal thoughts on the case. I. Compensation for Workers 1. When a worker is injured while performing his duties on the job, worker compensation is given. 2. Employee reimbursement is provided in order to cover the medical expenses and as a damage reconciliation. II. Facts 1. Smith serves at a high school as a math teacher, and he also teaches girls baseball and basketball. 2. Based on school events and off-school activities, the school promotes its staff. Smith, along with his family, attended a student picnic and he died during the picnic in an accident. 3. His wife was pursuing workers ' compensation from the refused school. III. Discussion 1. The activities of Smith during the accident are known as on the job since the school advises the teachers to participate in tasks other than teaching duties. 2. On behalf of the students, Smith carries out the task while he advises them to take on other duties. 3. The school must also pay compensation to staff and the duty must be treated as the nature of the work.
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Explanation: In this case, the picnic math club is assumed to be connected to work. The presence at the picnic will be in compliance with the "non-instructional obligation of the teacher or out-of-school student operation" requested by the school board. Mr. Smith's accident and death occurred as a direct result of picnic events. As a result, because he was injured during a non-instruction duty at school, his widow is entitled to claim damages from the employer and has the rights to a worker’s compensation. 2. Need a self-explanatory analysis of a Sexual Harassment, Age Discrimination or an ADA case and explain on how the law will work to protect. Age Discrimination The 1967 Age Discrimination in Jobs Act, as amended, protects persons who are 40 years of age and older from discrimination on grounds of age. Under this Act, it is unlawful to discriminate against a person on the basis of his or her age with respect to any word, condition or privilege of employment.
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