Employment discrimination is a form of injustice based on gender, religion, race, physical ability, national origin, mental ability, and age by employment.
Types of discrimination:
The prohibited activities are classified by four types under Title VII: disparate impact, , hostile environment, and retaliation.
Sexual harassment and work place ethics:
S's behavior has not represented sexual harassment. It is an offensive and boorish activity and not sexual in nature. S has not requested or forced sexual act, touched inappropriately, discussed about sexual subject, told vulgar jokes to her, showed obscene materials to her, or threatened her. S has not alleged that the behavior of supervisor interfered with her ability to do her work.
Employee discrimination is a form of injustice based on gender, religion, race, physical ability, national origin, mental ability, and age by employment.
Types of discrimination:
The prohibited activities are classified by four types under Title VII: disparate impact, disparate impact, hostile environment, and retaliation.
Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA):
Based on the ADEA, an employer who has 20 or more employees may not refuse to recruit, fail to promote, fire, or any other reduction in person's employment opportunities because he is aged (40 or older).
In this situation, option
"S is not liable, because they have not considered the age of R for firing" is correct.
Option "a" is wrong, because S is not liable for this firing and there is no need to offer lower salary to F.
Option "b" is wrong, because S is not liable for this firing and not illegal to replace a worker for reducing the cost to company.
Option "c" is wrong, because S is not liable for this firing. Age was not a deciding factor.
Option "d" is wrong, because Title VII does cover the replacement of older one to younger one.
An employer has placed a job advertisement for the recruitment of security guard. The advertisement showed that the applicant must be the citizen of United States. The advertisement also required the applicant to present a social security card.
This is the case of employment discrimination. Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act 1964, it is illegal to discriminate between employees on the basis of religion, race, color, sex, or national origin for those employers who are employing more than 15 employees.
Hence, the advertisement given by the company is illegal. The discrimination for the recruitment of employees cannot be made on basis of nationality. In this case, the company is recruiting only the citizen of United States. Hence, the advertisement is not legal.