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BA370 Week3 Discussion Posts 1. Would you advise an employer that operates retail clothing stores to drug test? If so, under what circumstances? Using what procedures? What should be done regarding applicants or employees who test positive? (Ch 6) 2. Are workplace appearance and grooming policies necessary? If so, what policy would you recommend with regard to office workers who have some contact with clients/customers? To what extent should the policy differentiate between male and female employees? (Ch 7) 3. Do you think that the “glass ceiling” phenomenon is primarily a pipeline problem that will disappear over time as women and persons of color acquire the relevant experiences or is it rooted more deeply in organizational cultures and practices hostile to the advancement of women and minorities? (Ch 7) 1A) Drug testing can be very tricky in regards to employment practices and in an attempt to avoid discrimination lawsuits. An employer that operates a retail clothing store(s), in my opinion really has no legally acceptable grounds to participate in mandating drug testing, especially not prior to employment. When working in clothing
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