Any more recent employment history, Jake? Eliot has been out of business for twenty-five
years. Is this a reasonable question? Explain.
Employment discrimination is a legitimate concern for employers, employees, and the Human
Resources Department. Employm
5. On what grounds could Scott sue the restaurant or Jack?
Scot could sue the restaurant based on the grounds of discrimination on sexual orientation. Title
VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination based on sex, sex, race, color,
1. Was drug testing part of the contract between Shelly and Herman? Explain.
No, drug testing was not a part of the contract between Shelly and Herman. Herman actually
mentions when approached by Shelly that the drug testing was not written in the contrac
1. Did the employer discriminate in withdrawing the offer? Explain.
Yes, when the employer rescinded the offer that they had made to Diane Schroer, they were conducting
an act of discrimination on the basis of sex in violation of Title VII (Schroer, 2009)
Background: Imagine that you work at a job that you really enjoy. Things have been
going well and you hope to be able to advance within the organization. You are thus
shocked when you are called into your bosss office and told that you are being fired
1. Any more recent employment history, Jake? Eliot has been out of business for twenty-five years.
Is this a reasonable question?
Although this is not a good interview question, nor is it worded in a way that is appropriate, there is
nothing wrong with as
What should the court decide? What does the law dictate. (5 pts)
In this case, the court should rule in favor of the Plaintiff as it did even after an appeal was filed by the
defendants. First, the law dictates that when employees are coming over on an H1
Chapter 5 Case Discussion Questions - Read Chapter 5 case question #5 (page 184) regarding Gail Davis
who worked as an Executive Assistant to Diana Ross and answer the questions posted. (Davis V. Ross
754 F.2d 80 [2d Cir. 1985]).
What should the court dec
For each suggestion (5 in total) decide:
Is this good legal advice. Why or Why not?
If not, what is the problem?
What should the consultant be advising?
A consultant advises the following for your company (please number your responses):
1. Since you have
After reading Chapter 12 and conducting your own further research critique the consultants advice below
regarding the restaurants compensation advice. For each suggestion (8 in total) decide the following:
A. Would implementing any of the consultants sugg
Was drug testing part of the contract between Shelly and Herman? Explain.
No! The drug testing was not part of the contract between Shelly and Herman. First, when an
employer hires an employee, the employer most times will provide a written contract to
What should the court decide? ( i.e. The Issue and Rule)
The issue here is whether the Defendant is liable for the claim of defamation against the Plaintiff
when the Defendant distributed a letter stating that the Plaintiffs personal habits are not
1. Is the company violating the law? Explain.
Yes, the company is violating the law. Under Title VII, employers are required to reasonably
accommodate religion, unless doing so would impose undue hardship.[Wal16]. For some Muslim
women, the wearing of a r
1. Since you have a number of jobs at which there are more men than women and you
desire greater diversity, affirmative action would be a good idea
Affirmative Action is a means by which the company or an organization counters historical
Did the employer discriminate in withdrawing the offer? Explain.
The answer here could be yes or no. First, an employer can retract a job offer, as long as the
employee has not begun employment and the reasons are legal.[Ker11]. An employer-employee
1. Did this employer violate COBRA? Explain
The issue here is whether the employer violated COBRA when the employer did not provide the
employee and his beneficiary with written notification when the employer told the employee that
the employees health in
1. What should the court decide? What does the law dictate? (5pts)
The issue here is how should the court decide in a fraud/misrepresentation and breach of contract
case? After reading the facts of the case, the court should rule in favor of the Plaintiff
Drama of the Law: Employment Issues
Drug Testing of Employees
Answer Guide for Discussion Questions
Was drug testing part of the contract between Shelly and Herman?
No, there wasn't anything written in their agreement, and Herman never m