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29. Nathan Williams, a blind man in his early twenties, was recently appointed as a radio jockey at the local radio station in Florida. He was given permission by his manager to bring his guide dog to work. In this instance, Nathan’s employer makes a _____. A. disparate impactB. disparate treatmentC. reverse discriminationD. reasonable accommodationE. undue hardship
30. Which of the following is NOT regarded as reasonable accommodation? 31. Sexual harassment refers to _____. 32. When an individual is promised a positive outcome for submission to sex, or threatened with a negative outcomefor failure to submit to sex, this is referred to as _____. 33. A male employee, over the objections of his female colleagues, continues to display a highly suggestive calendarcontaining indecent pictures within his office. This is an example of _____. A. corrective actionB. affirmative actionC. reverse discriminationD. sexual harassmentE. undue hardship34. Under the _____, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is responsible for inspecting employers, applying safety and health standards, and levying fines for violation.