“Concerns that overburdened law enforcement may be tempted to rely on skin color to determine whether to ask for a green card, driver's license or other proof of citizenship are not misplaced” (www.seattletimes.com). Hispanic-Americans will take the brunt force of the law as they are often quickly judged to be here illegally. This could create uproar from many legal systems because of the blatant racism that is being exercised. The article discusses how this behavior leads to racial profiling. Racial profiling causes discrimination and makes generalizations about the way that certain people are expected to act based on the actions of a few.
When Pat was hired he signed a document stating that he understood the company’s stance as an at-will employer, therefore, since no contract stating the duration of employment, aNewCorp could terminate Pat for any reason except for an illegal one (Cheeseman, 2010). On these grounds, NewCorp is within law regarding at-will unless there was an illegal reason for the discharge. Pat believes the provision in the employee personal manual and the disagreement regarding his position in the board meeting makes the discharge wrong. Pat will have to prove that the discharge was indeed a wrongful discharge by there being “a violation of state or federal
The sexual harassment is a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibiting job discrimination based on gender. In addition sexual harassment is also prohibited. (Cheeseman) In the case of International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, UAW v. Johnson Controls, Inc. it states that trying to protect future children by prohibiting women from performing the jobs considered dangerous for fertile individuals is a violation of Title VII also. It states that this situation is not considered a bona fide occupational qualifications
Then Lei should let the supervisor know what the consequence will be. Then Lei should add the new policy that she explained to the supervisor in the handbook stating that the policy of punching other employees in and out is against Sandwich Blitz policy. The only way is to be approved is to be approved by two supervisors, must be extreme emergencies, must be in same pay period, and employee must switch with another employee, who is willing to change with the employee. Since a supervisor, did the misconduct Lei should not allow this particular supervisor sign off on any switching of employee shifts? The new handbook should have the consequences of this particular misconduct written showing what the consequences will be if done and what
the reluctant security guard A lawyer could tell me how to proceed without violating the law , the company policies , or my employment contract , or at least , in case I should violate one , I will still make a better informed decision Propriety of Firing Tuff Tuff violated company policy ... Paper Topic: The Reluctant Security Guard The Reluctant Security Guard A Case Study Summary of the Facts David Tuff is a security guard of Blue Mountain ... The company policy prohibited the security guards from reporting such incidents to the police Tuff complained against this new company policy ... Because of this , Tuff was fired Propriety of Tuff ‘s Action As a matter of right , Tuff had every right to speak what he spoke to the media ... Thus , his act of revealing company policies to the media is , in the final analysis inappropriate What he should have done If I were Tuff , I would have not been so rash as to incite public outcry against my employer ... Since Tuff violated company policy he violated an agreement he voluntarily entered into ... However , Blue Mountain created a new company policy ing the security guards to just escort intoxicated persons including drunk drivers , from the parking lots onto the public road ...
1.The labor law does encourage unionization to protect employees and to maintain honesty from employers. Without the encouragement of unionization employees could be taken advantage of by their employers, and employers would be well within their rights to exploit the employees. The labor law also protects employees from unfair union practices for example, "it prohibits unions from restraining or coercing employees as they excercise their Section 7 rights..". Under the National Labor Relations Act of 1935, employees are permitted to organize and join unions, bargain collectively, strike, and engage in activites that support their objectives. Furthermore the WAgner Act goes on to encourage employers to bargain over mandatory issues such as wages,
Last of all, closing Guantanamo Bay’s detention center would just let these war criminals free to attack us again. The civil rights activists believe the unpopular favor of the United States at war with Iraq will be cleaned up by closing the detention facility. It is important for the world to see the United States politically correct itself and uphold the rights of the detainees. Other countries do not give there prisoners the rights set by the Geneva Convention. It will show the world even our worst enemy deserves rights under our constitution and a better quality of life by keeping the Gitmo Detention Center open.
The security agency is supposed to undertake its responsibilities and duties in a manner that does not infringe any human rights. Investigations should be conducted without targeting any specific race because there may be accomplices to the terrorists in other races. Targeting one race is highly counterproductive because it creates hatred towards the government from the race. This is likely to cause attacks to people from this country when
Discrimination and racism is an example, laws saying that blacks and whites had to be separated is unjust. African Americans protesting for there rights is seen as civildisobedience but it may actually be necessary for people to finally see how idiotic and unjust those laws are. People now understand that is was unjust but what if there were no civil disobedience, what if African Americans never fought back. I feel as though a lot of people would never actually see that they were wrong or learn that segregation and discrimination is extremely unjust and that maybe the only way for people to see that is to disagree.
In this situation once the forum is created then the university cannot censor comments based on their viewpoints. Not only does SIU's decision to remove the students comments look bad to the students, to the general public, and to the community, but it also represents them in a negative way to Illinois's other state funded universities. The lack of freedom of speech during the SIU strike incident triggered many responses. Students who are encouraged every day to "speak out" and "say what's on their mind" are not being told that they have to watch what exactly they say and