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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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