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1. What is disparate treatment? What is disparate (adverse) impact?
- In certain circumstances, what four factors or attributes can be cited as a BFOQ?
- What are the five “protected classes” cited in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964?
- In accordance with the Equal Pay Act of 1963, differences in pay between men and women in jobs that are “substantially equal” are permissible under one of four conditions. List them.
- Describe the two primary types of sexual harassment.
- Two of the top seven disabilities most frequently cited in EEOC claims for disability discrimination are what?
- As cited in the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) of 1967, employment discrimination against individuals aged what and over is prohibited?
- Diversity training programs typically include any combination of three components. Describe each.
- There are five exceptions to the employment-at-will doctrine. List them.
- Since the passage of the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA) of 2008, there has been a marked increase in using what as a reasonable accommodation for employees with disabilities?
- An organization can defend itself against a prima facie case of adverse impact or disparate treatment by using one of four legally justifiable defenses. List them.
- Affirmative action plans consist of four separate sections or parts. Describe each.
- In most cases, charges of discrimination must be filed with the EEOC within how many days of the alleged act?
- Which piece of legislation established the Glass Ceiling Commission?
- Which groups, conditions, or maladies are specifically excluded under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990?
- The Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures (1978) represent a joint statement by which four groups or agencies?
- Voluntary affirmative action programs (AAP) must have what three characteristics?
Employment Law (continued)
- Briefly describe (in your own words) the significance of the following landmark court cases:
Griggs vs. Duke Power Company (1971)
United States vs. Georgia Power (1973)
Spurlock vs. United Airlines (1972)
Watson vs. Ft. Worth Bank and Trust (1988)
Rudder vs. District of Columbia (1995)
Ricci vs. DeStefano (2009)
OFCCP vs. Ozark Air Lines (1986)
United Auto Workers vs. Johnson Controls (1991)
Toyota vs. Williams (2002)
Wards Cove Packing Co. vs. Antonio (1989)
Regents of the University of California vs. Bakke (1978)
Steelworkers vs. Weber (1979)
McDonnell Douglas vs. Green (1973)
Albermarle Paper Co. vs. Moody (1975)
Diaz vs. Pan American World Airways (1971)
- In sexual harassment cases, courts usually adopt a “reasonable person” test in evaluating the pervasiveness and severity of the conduct in question. This determination hinges on four factors. List them.
- Under ADA, “reasonable accommodations” are typically directed toward which three areas or factors?
- Under ADA, whether or not an accommodation is reasonable or results in undue hardship for the employer often depends on what four factors?
- A study by the congressional Office of Technology Assessment found that the two factors most highly correlated with workplace violence were what?
- Under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1993, eligible employees are entitled to how many weeks of unpaid leave over what period of time?
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) describes four general categories of “exempt” employees. List them.