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Uses tacit knowledge is firm specific requires

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Uses tacit knowledge? Is firm-specific? Requires workers similar socially?
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HR Outsourcing Transactional. HCD and Training. Staffing and Talent Acquisition. Generalist.
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Key Laws Civil Rights Act 1964 (Title VII). Civil Rights Act 1991. Americans with Disability Act (ADA). Age DEA.
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Adverse Impact Defined. 4/5 Rule-- Statistics. No Intent to Discriminate. Burden of Proof. Job Related – Business Necessity.
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1991 Law: Why Important in Adverse Treatment Cases? Damages. Burden of proof requirement. Jury trials.
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ADA 1990: Employer Obligations: Undue hardship. Reasonable accommodation regarding: Access. Job modifications– the essential components of the job issue.
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ADA 1990: Who’s Covered? Affects a “major life activity”. Cannot be a “correctable disability.
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Religion Discrimination Protection Reasonable accommodation. Undue hardship.
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ADA 1990: Employer Obligations: Undue hardship. Reasonable accommodation regarding: Access. Job modifications– the essential components of the job issue.
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ADA 1990: Who’s Covered? Affects a “major life activity”. Cannot be a “correctable disability.
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