Quiz 36: Equal Opportunity in Employment
Title Vii of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Prohibits
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits two (2)major forms of employment discrimination: disparate treatment discrimination and disparate impact discrimination.
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Disparate treatment discrimination occurs when an employer treats a specific individual less favorably than others because of that person's race,color,national origin,sex,or religion.
To prove a disparate impact discrimination case,the complainant must prove that (1)he or she belongs to a Title VII protected class,(2)he or she applied for and was qualified for the employment position,(3)he or she was rejected despite this,and (4)the employer kept the position open and sought applications from persons with the complainant's qualifications.
Disparate impact discrimination occurs when an employer discriminates against an entire protected class.
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