Agency And Discrimination Law - You Decide
Travis J. Washington
Q1. CEO of TEDDY’S SUPPLIES Memo To: CEO of Teddy's Supplies From: Legal Counsel CC: Travis Washington Re: Termination of Miss Virginia Pollard Date: April 3, 2015 as the employer of Virginia Pollard, Teddy’s Supplies is liable for gender discrimination which is a violation of Title VII. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits any form of employment discrimination against new applicant workers, employees, and union members on the ground of race, sex, nationality, religious beliefs or gender during employment. The law prohibits any form of discrimination in employment because of sex, whether it is made against a person who may be male, female, homosexual or same sex discrimination. Regardless of several given scenarios, the law demonstrates that sex is synonymous to gender. It is inadequate that the victim of the discrimination is a male or a female in the work environment. There was an offer of settlement to Miss Pollard, the company has to reinstate her to her former position also to include all her back wages and benefits appurtenant thereto. If reinstatement is not loner possible due to the strained relationship between Miss Pollard and Teddy’s Supplies, then payroll reinstatement can be made possible wherein she will still be considered as an employee of the company but is no longer required to report to work on a daily basis. http://www.eeoc.gov/policy/docs/metropol.html Q2. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits any form of employment discrimination against new applicant workers, employees, and union members on the ground of race, sex, nationality, religious beliefs or gender during employment. Q3. The case of Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson is applicable to Pollard where the Supreme Court ruled that hostile work environment sex discrimination is an actionable wrong under Title VII. The fact that the Vice President...
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