Discrimination due to Religion, National Origin, Age and Disability Assignment.
1. Answer Human Resource Dilemma, Ch 14, #2, p. 353.
I’d advise Prestige Motors to give there Muslim Employees a reasonable place to pray. Rather than in the Cafeteria give them an office. If this isn’t possible change the lunch times to avoid conflict. By changing the work hours for different groups everyone could be happy with the end result. If non Muslim workers start and hour earlier, and or later they could take a different time to pray. Also another thing that could be done would be to add a wall/separator in the lunch room, which would give the Muslims a more quiet and private place to pray while allowing the other workers to talk and eat lunch freely.
2. Answer Human Recourse Dilemma, Ch 15, #1, p. 369.
The Title VII states that there is to be no discrimination based off race, color, religion, sex and “national origin”. Jose was just told he couldn’t get a job at American Heartland Corporation because he wasn’t of the right national origin. By doing this American Heartland corporation violated the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII). I’d advise Jose to sue American Hearts in which he should receive punitive damages for the violation of this law. This is a clear case of discrimination. One strong piece of evidence for Jose would be that Sparky Forster (American Heartland Corp) stated he only hired Americans and if this is true the employees should all be American meaning that Jose has proof to suggest what Sparky said was true.
3. Answer Human Resource Dilemma, Ch 16, #1, p. 386.
Before moving towards a Class Action suit I’d advise Kevin Rogers to try and resolve this issue before taking it to court. Also he should file a claim with the EEOC do have them investigate the issue. In order to win Kevin will have to prove that this is age discrimination because older people get sick more often. This will be hard to prove as the case lack proof. I’d advise Kevin to simply...