Agency and Employment Law/Title VII, ADA, FMLA, Immigration, and Discrimination Presentation

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Question Description

Was needing help for a business law course that I am in, which this is a two-part assignment in the following:

Agency and Employment Law

Purpose of Assignment

Employment costs are arguably a business's biggest expense. Consider how employment law regulates concepts such as discrimination, injuries on the job, employee vs. independent contractor, wrongful discharge, and unionization, to name a few. As you research for this assignment, consider the decisions made in this area are much more than business decisions but, in fact, impact lives. How do we reconcile between hurting employees and impacting the bottom-line? This is much tougher than it appears.

Assignment Steps

Scenario: As employment costs continue to escalate, it is incumbent upon organizations to continually monitor its internal operations to ensure best practices are being followed. To that end, your CEO has asked you to prepare a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis.

Prepare a SWOT analysis in one of the following formats:

  • A 7- to 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation,
  • A comparison table in a maximum of 1,050 words, or
  • A maximum 1,050-word written analysis in Microsoft® Word. (was wanting to do this one as my choice for this particular assignment)

Include the following:

  • Introduction
  • Consider the impact a principal and agent creates on the business and its employees.
  • Compare how express, implied, and apparent authority created by the principal and agent impacts equal opportunities for employees.
  • Identify the laws protecting workers against discriminatory practices.
  • Evaluate how the legal protections present in the workplace differ for employee and independent contractors.
  • Conclusion
  • References-APA format include web links of resources used

Cite a minimum of two or more for the four content areas taken from a business or legal resource.

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines and include APA citations

TItle VII, ADA, FMLA, Immigration, and Discrimination Presentation

.Purpose of Assignment

Discrimination, Workers' Rights, Americans with Disabilities Act, and Family Medical Leave all flow from Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. As you work through this assignment consider how the law continues to be updated to represent the will of the people, and consider the role the government has in this process.

Assignment Steps

Resources: Government websites dedicated to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

Create a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, including detailed speaker notes The speaker notes for each slide should serve as the text for your presentation and include APA citations

Address the following:

  • Introduction (Just an outline on the slide, no speaker notes)
  • Describe the scope of coverage of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.(detailed speaker notes with citations)
  • Summarize the role of Title VII on businesses and describe how race, color, and national origin are protected.(detailed speaker notes with citations)
  • Explain what businesses must do to protect employees against gender discrimination and sexual harassment.(detailed speaker notes with citations)
  • Analyze what protections are afforded by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the liability issues it may cause for employers. (detailed speaker notes with citations)
  • Assess the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and how it protects workers.(detailed speaker notes with citations)
  • Evaluate the elements of the current immigration law.(detailed speaker notes with citations)
  • Conclusion (just an outline on the slide, no speaker notes)
  • References-APA format include web links of resources used

Cite a minimum of five scholarly references, including one-peer reviewed reference.

Tutor Answer

School: UIUC

You can also have a look on the powerpoint I had already finished before receiving your template. Let me know what you have to say about it


The united states government have
laws against discrimination
Various acts protect different groups
of people and protect their rights
People with special needs should be
Failure to do so may result to

Protects employees against
discrimination in work place
Applies to employers with more
than fifteen employees
Discriminatory grounds include sex,
religion, race, and nation of origin

Most common grounds include race
and gender
Differences occur in terms of wages
and salaries, as well as terms of
When an employee feels they are
discriminated, they report to EEOC
who take action.

Information- on their rights
Awareness on the laws available to
protect these rights
The use of unions to represent their
Training on what constitutes
discrimination among the

Implementation of set policies is
Confidence in the process of dealing
with conflicts should be assured
Investigation of complaints should
be part of the process

Act developed in 1990
Protection for the disabled
Should be hired as others if they are
Disability should not be a basis for

Make facilities to accommodate
these people
Failure to do so leads to lawsuits
Accommodations involve
interpreters for the deaf and
assistants to read for those who are
Washrooms should accommodate
people with disabilities

For medical reasons
For specified family reasons e.g.
Paid or unpaid depending on
Job protection
Eligible for twelve workweeks a year
Twenty six work weeks when a

Revised by President Trump
Everyone charged with a convicted
Anyone ordered to be deported
regardless of criminal record
Anyone found crossing border
illegally is deported
Combine efforts among agencies to

American law protects all citizens
People with special needs are
considered and protected
There are repercussions for neglect
of these laws
Discrimination should be shunned
at all costs

Arnold, M. (2017). How to Prevent Discrimination in the
Workplace | How To | Tools | Retrieved from
Bales, K. (2017). Immigration Raids, Employer Collusion and
the Immigration Act 2016. Industrial Law Journal, 46(2), 279-288.
EEOC. (n.d.). Laws Enforced by EEOC. Retrieved from
EEOC. (n.d.). Prohibited Practices. Retrieved from
USDL. (2016). Family and Medical Leave Act - Wage and Hour
Division (WHD) - U.S. Department of Labor. Retrieved from
USDL. (n.d.). Americans with Disabilities Act | United States
Department of Labor. Retrieved from

Kindly see the revised version of the paper. Remember you're free to reach out here in case something requires my extra attention.Regards,TaliaTech

Running head: EMPLOYMENT LAW


Employment Law



It is imperative that every organization analyzes the dynamics of their business to
succeed in their aim to make profits. It is important to maximize the benefits a firm can draw
from their strengths and assets. Employees are important stakeholders in the business. They run
the day-to-day activities in different capacities. They are strength in business. Therefore, their
rights should be ensured and their affairs protected. Failure to do so would readily turn them to
weaknesses as a result of low productivity. There are employment laws and policies that
governments and unions develop to protect the rights of the workers and ensure that firms do not
exploit them unfairly.
Agency Relationships
The employer is referred to as the principal and the employee as the agent under agency
law. An employee is not necessarily an agent unless they have been given some authority to act
on behalf of the principal. Their relationship affects business and how the principals treat their
agents within a company. The various forms that agent-principal relationships take affect the
business differently. Principals allow their agent's different levels of authority to make decisions
on their behalf. In some cases, the head serves to advise their agent on how to conduct some
businesses and vice versa (Olivet, n.d). This way, the principal makes the final decision and may
take the recommendations of their agent into consideration. In other cases, the agent has the
power to impose the interests of their principals in performing businesses. These relationships
affect how employees are treated and to what extent their interests are considered.
One of the relationships that occur between princip...

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