Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Paper
University of Phoenix
At a subsiding workplace, a young female employee is assisting with closing up her section of a store. Going into the stock room alone, a fellow male worker corners her into a caged section of the area. Here, the male assistant makes unwanted physical and sexual advances towards the young and scared female worker. What can any person do who is subjected under these horrible workplace conditions that clearly violate their personal rights? As early as 1965, The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (or EEOC) has ensured the protection, promise and safety of those persons exposed to discrimination in disreputable workplaces (U.S. Equal employment Opportunity Commission, 2000). This presentation will include a description of a lawsuit against an organization while giving a brief summary of the EEOC’s important functions. Further on, this report will include the role of the EEOC in relation to the lawsuit along with determining if the case promotes social change and justification. Finally, a comparison will be included between the EEOC and press related accounts describing the incidents of the case while implementing strategies to ensure future compliance with the issue in a multicultural workplace.
EEOC Civil Action Case No. 3:11-cv-00920
In Franklin Tennessee, a civil issue was required because a 38-year old general manager of a Finish Line apparel store was outrageously, sexually harassing, three teenaged female employees whose ages ranged from 16-17 (U.S. Equal employment Opportunity Commission, 2000). The Finish Line is a family oriented Indianapolis based sports store that sells sporty shoes and athletic apparel. Subsequently, in Nashville Tennessee the United States jury and officials found the Franklin store general manager guilty for statutory rape and sexually harassing the three, young female assistants who worked under his...
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