1. Based upon the scenario, does the employee have a legally viable claim for quid pro quo
sexual harassment and/or hostile environment sexual harassment? What is the likely
There are two types of harassment: quid pro quo and hostile environment
1. Would you deem Karina disabled under the ADDAA? If so, what reasonable
accommodations would you offer to her?
Karina has a medical condition requiring her to take steroids and other medications. This
condition led to Karina gaining eight and not able t
Determine whether the employee has a potential FLSA claim. Explain the legal basis for
your conclusion. From an HR perspective list, explain and analyze five things an employer
can do to insure compliance with FLSA and avoid claims.
No I dont believe that
Disparate Treatment- The recipient, in
violation of the statue, intentionally
discriminates against beneficiaries.
Disparate Treatment vs. Disparate
Disparate Impact-The recipient, in violation
of agency regulates, uses a neutral procedure
As noted in the EEOC tutorial (located in this weeks lecture), candidates for the Director of HR
position of the newly merged company. ZAB, are being asked to prepare a presentation about
Title VII, as it pertain specifically to disparate impact and dispa
Chapter V-Affirmative action
1) Authorization. When a regular position becomes available, the President authorizes a search.
The Affirmative Action Hiring Process Checklist, available from the Affirmative Action Officer
or the Human Resources Office, will
.Whether the em0ployer was motivated to
treate individuals less favorably than others
because of their protected status at the time
it made the employment decision in question.
Where an employer does not intentionally
Chapter V-Affirmative action
Affirmative action policies are those in which an institution or organization actively
engages in efforts to improve opportunities for historically excluded groups in American society.
Affirmative action policies often focus o
Chapter 13: Disability Discrimination
Section 503 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act
The Rehabilitation Act seeks to remove those burdens that people with disabilities confront
specifically because they have disabilities, so that they are left facing on
HRM593 Employment Policy Manual Guidelines
This manual is to provide you, the student, with a reference source for your future endeavors in either
the private, public or entrepreneurial world that you enter into after completing your course of st
Title VII of the Civil Rights Acts of 1964
1. Title VII- is the single most important piece of legislation that has helped to shape and define
employment law rights in this country. It was an ambitious piece of social legislation, the likes of
Civil rights laws do not take into consideration all aspect of the workforce. As a result, there is a
certain class of people who were not considered when this law was first enacted, in most cases
it will be up to the courts to decide if an employee right