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What must a job seeker or employee show in proving that a company showed disparate treatment?



A. He/she belongs to a protected class he/she belongs to a protected class he/she belongs to a protected class he/she belongs to a protected class
B. The company has fewer employees who belong to the protected class compared to other similar companies
C. He/she applied for the job
D. He/she was rejected from the position despite having the requisite qualifications
E. The company accepted fewer employees who have the same racial or gender profiles compared to those in the non-minority group
F. The position remained opened to applicants with similar qualifications

This question is part of MGMT 340 Test 1
Asked by LizzyG, Last updated: Apr 01, 2020

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O.Olivia

O.Olivia

Answered Feb 10, 2020

He/she belongs to a protected class, or he/she applied for the job and was rejected from the position despite having the requisite qualifications. Disparate treatment is treating employees less favorably based upon race, religious views, disability, age, or sex. It is a form of discrimination in the United States. These actions may warrant a lawsuit.

If you prepare some of your employees before termination and not warn others, your business demonstrates vulnerability within the disparate treatment laws. Different treatment is the most prevalent evidence for discrimination laws. If you should happen to feel discriminated against in the workplace or interview, you should seek the counsel of a local employment lawyer who can explain your legal options.

 

Amla Amelia

Amla Amelia

Answered Feb 07, 2020

There are several correct answers to this question. The first correct answer is A. He/she belongs to a protected class he/she belongs to a protected class he/she belongs to a protected class he/she belongs to a protected class. The second thing that a job seeker must prove is that C, C. He/she applied for the job. The third thing they must prove is D.

He/she was rejected from the position despite having the requisite qualifications. Lastly, they must prove, F. The position remained opened to applicants with similar qualifications. All of these are important to back up the case that the employee received unfair treatment.

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Feb 01, 2017

He/she belongs to a protect class he/she belongs to a protect class he/she belongs to a protect class he/she belongs to a protect class
He/she applied for the job
He/she was rejected from the position despite having the requisite qualifications
The position remained opened to applicants with similar qualifications
 

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