1. Evaluate the conduct of peter Lewiston against the EEOC's definition of sexualharassment?
There are two major types of sexualharassment that the EEOC identifies, which are the
“Quid Pro Quo - This occurs when the employee's submission or rejection of sexual advances or conduct made can explicitly...
Sexualharassment is defined as unwelcome advances, requests, for sexual favors, and any other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature in the working environment. Sexual feelings are said to be part of group dynamics, and a times people who work together may develop these kinds of...
employees in the
area of HR that they should be commercial, challenging, and focused on
delivery and excellence (Bohlander). They must understand change and
transformation, excel at operations and balance tactical and strategic
thinking and acting. They should be able to manage and navigate
Human Resources Management: Case Study 2: Misplaced Affections: Discharge for SexualHarassment
Peter Lewiston was terminated on July 15, 2008, by the governing board of the Pine Circle Unified School District (PCUSD) for violation of the district's sexualharassment policy. Prior to Lewiston's termination...
as well as manage and navigate organizational complexity and ambiguities and not be afraid to say no, in order to work successfully in the HR area.
2. Some of the outcomes of the company’s new HR strategies were effectively creating conditions in which employees can develop in their careers, be successful...
Sexualharassment is defined as unwelcome advances, requests, for sexual favors, and any other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature in the working environment. Sexual feelings are said to be part of group dynamics, and a times people who work together may develop these kinds of feelings. In...
Discharge for sexualharassment case 142-143
The EEOC defines sexualharassment as “unwelcome advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature” and these actions constitute sexualharassmentwhen submission to the conduct is tied to continuing employment...
beauty of the constitution is that it is not stuck in the past and it can be interpreted to be relevant for today. The problem, however, is deciding how it should be interpreted? The drafters never could have envisioned issues such as “cyber-porn,” yet the Constitution was made flexible enough to permit...
the criminal law;
2. Controlled Drugs and Substances Act;
3. Youth Criminal Justice Act; and
4. Common-law crime of Criminal Contempt of Court.
While the federal government has exclusive jurisdiction over criminal matters , the provinces
can pass laws that are often considered quasi-criminal. Laws...
Employment Law 49
Employment Discrimination 68
Strategies for Prevention of SexualHarassment 87
This Reader is compiled by Dr. Jay-D Olivier based on West’s Business Law (Clarkson, Miller, Jentz and Cross)...
Broward County Public Schools
CODE OF STUDENT CONDUCT
UNTY PUBLI O C C
F - T O H E C O RE
OL HO SC
FALSE ADDRESS CAN LEAD TO ARREST
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PARENTS
SUBJECT: RESIDENCY Your child has the right to attend school in the boundary...
account key aspects of tort law.
Three ways to define torts:
(1) Areas of law recognised by courts as torts (e.g. the subjects in the syllabus)
(2) Area of law concerned with private wrongs other than contracts.
(3) In terms of its aims and objectives – i.e. compensating plaintiffs for private wrongs...
This chapter also includes information on sexualharassment and pregnancy discrimination laws to illustrate that equal opportunity is a diverse concept and covers a wide range of employees.
CHAPTER LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After reading this chapter, students should be able to
1. Determine three major...
Human Resource Management, 12e (Dessler)
Chapter 2 Equal Opportunity and the Law
1) Which Amendment to the U.S. Constitution states that "no person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of the law"?
A) First Amendment
B) Fifth Amendment
C) Tenth Amendment
1.1 Crimes against women
Crime against women and girls is one of the most widespread violations of human rights. It can include physical, sexual, psychological and economic abuse, and it cuts across boundaries of age, race, culture, wealth and geography. It takes place in the home, on the streets...
2 Direct discrimination
Activity 17 Direct discrimination and the EA 2010
2.1 Less favourable treatment
Activity 18 ‘Racial grounds’51
2.1.1 The comparator
Activity 19 The hypothetical comparator52
2.1.2 Pregnancy related cases
Activity 20 Pregnancy...
awareness and emphasis on gender justice, there is increase in the effort to guard against such violations: and the resentment towards incidents of sexualharassment is also increasing. The present petition has been brought as a class action by certain social activists and NGOs with the aim of focussing attention...
violence, the threat of violence, and harassment continues to worry educators locally, nationally and internationally. Although violence exits in its rawest form, i.e., shootings, rape, kidnapping, and bomb threats; more passive and pervasive forms of harassment and/or bullying also exist.
As we know...
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 2: DEFINNING & PROVING DISCRIMINATION 3
I. Intentional Discrimination Against the Individual: Disparate Treatment (Pg. 58) 3
A. The Conceptual Framework (Pg. 58): 3
Texas Dept. of Community Affairs v. Burdine 3
adds requirement to provide inconspicuous location to
submit paper and pencil format; provides guidance on group versus individual
reporting (para E-2).
Deletes the tools used for obtaining the command climate surveys (para E-5).
Adds requirement for survey administrator and data collector...