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Running Head: GOING TO THE NET Going to the Net Sarah Larson Rasmussen College Author Note This research is being submitted on April 8, 2013, for Wendy W. Achilles’ A177/APA1500 Section 04 Payroll Accounting - Spring 2013course at Rasmussen College by Sarah Larson.
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Going to the Net 1. List five examples of illegal employment questions. [Use credible sources] Five examples of illegal employment questions would be: 1) Do you plan to start a family? 2) What country do you come from? 3) When did you graduate from high school? 4) What church do you go to? 5) Do you have a disability that will prevent you from doing this job? a. For each example, why do you think these questions are or are not legal to ask prospective employees? For questions one, two, and four, it would be illegal to ask because Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, and national origin. These questions could become potential claims of discrimination. Question two could also be a violation of the Immigration Reform and Control Act, which prohibits employers from discriminating in employment on the basis of citizenship or national origin. For question three, it would be illegal to ask because the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 prohibits age
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