Jessica, I disagree with you regarding Shania working with family. Once the roles are clearly identified, it shouldn’t be a problem for Kelsey and Shania to work together. Some families can work together in business relationships. They are sisters, however, once they begin working together, they will enter into an employer-employee relationship. According to Kubasek, Brennan, and Browne, it is one in which the employee is subject to control of the employer (Kubasek, Brennan, & Browne, 2009, pp. 396-397). Kelsey will enter into a contractual relationship with Shania and Shania will have authority over her as an employer. Kelsey is married to an unbeliever who doesn’t approve of his wife working. He wants her to continue to be a stay-at-home mom for their 13 and 15 year old children. Kelsey’s husband should love her enough to compromise with her work schedule. Since, her boss would be her own sister, there shouldn’t be a problem getting a work-life balance schedule. Ephesians 5:25 -26 says “For …show more content…
She wants to promote someone of racial or ethnic minority. However, it is illegal and unethical to promote based on race or ethical background. According to Malcom Sargeant, the principle of equal treatment means that there shall be no direct or indirect discrimination on the grounds of race or ethnic origin (Sargeant, 2013). A promotion should be based on performance, not race, age, sex, or ethnicity. Shania should evaluate each employee and promote the person which meets or succeeds her expectations as a supervisor. The Civil Rights Act of 1866 and 1871 prohibits discrimination on the basis of race and ethnicity (Kubasek, Brennan, & Browne, 2009, p. 550). Unequal treatment of employees based on race, age, religion, sex, or age is illegal and if Shania promotes a staff member by discriminating, she could face a lawsuit and risk jeopardizing her
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Erica Beckman Duran English 1A 28 October 2015 Affirmative Action In Chapter Seven of Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? , Beverly Tatum discusses affirmative action, an action that guarantees equal opportunity to all individuals, regardless of any circumstances (117). Tatum remarks on the history of affirmative action, in which it was introduced to language and our legal system by executive order 11246 by President Lyndon B. Johnson (1965), and obligated federal contractors to “take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their race, religion, sex, or national origin” (116-117).
Charles Mitchell (2013) went on to say, “by not promoting the more successful White employees, was this an act of illegal disparate treatment under Title VII (p. 43)? The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that it was illegal disparate treatment. Assisting the U.S. Supreme Court in their ruling is the established Uniform Guidelines on Employment Selection Procedures (UGESP). The guidelines state, when an employer determines that adverse impact was evident in its testing process, they shall (1) valid the procedures (test), (2) confirm the linkage to its job, (3) consider alternative testing procedures (Mitchell, p. 45).
It is not an ideal situation for either party involved. I understand the family values and if her story becomes public knowledge it was impact the image of the organization due to the nature of whom she decided to stay in a relationship with. On the other hand, is this fair to the employee? Her decisions did not affect the quality of work, she continued to give excellence while she going through the situation. Can employers determine who one will be in a relationship with?
The general argument made by author Nathan Place and Erin Durkin in their work, “Because you’re black’: Queens Bakery fined in discrimination case”, is that people continue to discriminate against colored people. More specifically, they argue that the Meimetea’s are racist and discriminate people based on their race and won’t hire them to work for them due to that. Patty Meimetea wouldn’t hire Jamilah DaCosta because she was black and claimed that the only thing she will bring is problem. The article starts, “She was telling me all this negative stuff – she couldn’t hire me because I was black, and I would scare away her customers.”
Discrimination is nearly universally accepted as unethical, whether done on a conscious or unconscious level. By prejudging a person’s ability to perform a given task based on incorrect or irrelevant information. In my opinion, conducting criminal background check is unethical. Despite the fact that at first glance this practice is useful and beneficial for the society, these checks have far-reaching negative consequences.
When the Civil Rights Act was written in 1964, its impact was widespread to say the least. Although it covered protection from discrimination based on religion and race, it did not cover the prevention of discrimination within federally funded programs. This is where Bernice Sandler steps in. Sandler, a well-qualified candidate for this position, was seeking employment as a faculty member at the University of Maryland. She was denied the position because she came across as “too strong for a woman” (Sandler). Sandler complained to the Department of Labor’s Office for Federal Fair Contracts Compliance and offered university statistics that female employment at the university had decreased because males had replaced more qualified female
I also recommend that the employer take corrective and/or preventive actions to identify the source of the discrimination and minimize the chance of its recurrence, as well as they should discontinue the specific discriminatory actions involved in the
The administrative structure for the program I am interning for in treatment foster care. The program is structure is that of a traditional hierarchical pyramid. The Director of Treatment Foster Care is Brenda Kess. Next, Treatment Foster Care Supervisors are Justine Jai Roberts and William Frazier. Then, the social workers are Katrina Carroll, Jill Epstein-Molter, Latoya Lowe, Kassmeir Smith and Delita Galanos.
Coffee is undeniable the most popular choice of beverage, especially during the cold winter months. With billions coffee cups being consumed daily worldwide, the demand for affordable, functional and dependable coffee machine is high. Overseeing this great opportunity, thousands models of coffee machine were being manufactured by large brand, such as Krups, Keurig, De’Longhi, Kitchen Aid, Cuisinart, etc. Although they all shared a common function of making coffee, each model has different designs, some additional functions and are being sold at different price range. For this assignment regarding consumer behavior, we will be examining the reviews on Keurig K55 coffee machine from three different sources.
jar’ at the cairn on top which contained the seven or eight names of those prior climbers, along with a dog’s paw print! I wonder what became of that very historic coffee jar which saw many more additional names added over the following years. Photo Ron Dingwell at left, with the coffee jar by his right foot, with Reg Lewis wearing sunglasses and Len Tuit, atop the Rock in 1950.
The show “The Office” is a sitcom about the daily lives of people that work in a fictional paper company. Throughout the show the characters often face ethical dilemmas like dating other co-workers because it creates awkward situations. For example, the boss of the company, Michael Scott, fell in love with a fellow co-worker, Holly Flax. The have an amazing connection, but due to the ethics of the company, Michael’s boss had to transfer Holly away to another district. They ended up having to break up because they couldn’t handle the long distance relationship.
The daughters took over the role of being CEOs or have taken over the position of CEO in the family business this has also brought a lot of conflict within the organisation between the family and non-family organisation. According to: (Poza, 2013) The female leadership have continued over 30% and have also indicated that they may have female successor of which it has caused a lot of conflict among family members who have more qualifications than the one selected for the position as it also applies to the non-family employees who have more experience. The other 70% they fail or are sold (Stalk & Foley, 2012). Key words: Father and daughter, Business performance, communication, Trust, Socialization, Active Collaboration. Background
Individual Case Study: Starbucks Red Cup Controversy Phase 1: Introduction: • Starbucks is recognized for its superb service and customized drink orders o Mission: “To inspire and nurture the human spirit—one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.” o Good customer perception of value, relevant brand, presents desired benefits, and consistent • Starbucks red cups are a sign that the holiday season is drawing near o 1997—served holiday beverages in a unique cup Contests to support creativity Inviting customers to rejoice in the holidays o Pattern: Oct. 22 until late January o Has been brought every holiday season for the past 19 years Historical Background: • Various critics (publics) accuse the company of waging a war on Christmas
Winter was just around the corner. It was my first time in the biggest coffee shop in town. I could see the cheerful and brilliant lighting of the shop as I walked across the vast parking lot. There were tables outside the shop each with a brown vintage style umbrella. This particular coffee shop is not a cafe, it’s a coffee shop literally.
Nowadays, coffee is one of the most popular non-alcoholic consumed drinks worldwide. Only several Americans know the truth about the influence of this beverage on human health: coffee can be a healing drink reducing the risk of serious diseases because of antioxidants or harmful damage leading to irreversible consequences because of the alkaloids. The major component of coffee is caffeine. It is an alkaloid which stimulates the central nervous system (“Caffeine”).