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Running head: DISPARATE TREATMENT
In this case, disparate treatment is exemplified in several aspects of the situation. Janet
can prove the case of Prima facie case by pretext by illustrating: the protected class of
individuals in the relevant case. In this case, it would be the aspect of her gender being feminine.
The second element would be the employment opportunity she had applied for the new plant.
On another aspect, there was a vacancy in which applications were being accepted. Finally, in
this case, the Janet was also qualified for the position she had applied. She had also been denied
a promotion at the plant as the foreman (Guerin, & J.D, 2013, June 27).
How would the plant rebuff these charges?
In response to her demands, the plant would rebuff to these charges by articulating to a
lawful motive. In this case, the employer can respond by stating a genuine and a
nondiscriminatory reason for their decision. This is because the employer has little proof for a
reason produced which in this case would be by hiring a Latino man who is equally also under
the protected class (Guerin, & J.D, 2013, June 27).
Who would ultimately prevail?
In this aspect due to the underlying burden of proof in both the defendant and the