Assignment 2. Case Study. HRMN 408.docx

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4. What resolution to this situation might Judith Dixon suggest? While it seems the talk with the Department managers has certainly helped, as Vice President of EEO and diversity, there are a few things she could do to help rectify the situation. Since Maalick’s occurrence reported, things have been tense around the office but they have been manageable. Judith could assign Mark to a different department or even a different facility in another location if that appeal to Maalick. While Maalick should not be forced to leave where he wanted to be, it may make working daily more satisfying. The biggest thing is that Jenkins’ needs to have some sort punishment in regards to the actions he participated in against Maalick. He needs to attend some sort of anti- harassment training and receive a formal counseling or occurrence that goes on his record for failing to report harassment in the workplace and for participating in such harassment. 5. What are the broader implications of this situation for Treton? What type of organizational review might Dixon initiate or suggest from a corporate perspective? The broader implications for Treton could be the reputation of the company could be ruined if Maalick decided to put what happened to him in the public eye. A company’s reputation is extremely important to its continued success. If Maalick does not feel there was adequate punishment for those involved and he does not feel he was compensated
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CASE STUDY 1: RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION correctly, he could put out to the world what happened to him and the company as a whole could suffer greatly. Companies who have racial suits against them often plummet to the bottom fairly quickly so Treton needs to make sure they make things right with Maalick as swiftly as possible.
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CASE STUDY 1: RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION References Religious Discrimination and Racial Harassment: What Ever Happened to MarShawn DeMur? (2009). In G. M. Combs, Society for Human Resource Management (pp. 1-12). Alexandria: SHRM Academic Initiatives. Retrieved from (1).pdf Types of Discrimination . (n.d.). Retrieved February 9, 2018, from U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission:
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  • Fall '16
  • Faith, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Maalick, religious discrimination

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