Jade Rene P. Guevara September 28, 2015 BA440-03 Internet Review #2 Attitudes Shift on Paid Leave: Dads Sue, Too Scheiber, N. (2015, September 15). Attitudes Shift on Paid Leave: Dads Sue, Too. Retrieved September 26, 2015, from http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/16/business/attitudes-shift-on-paid-leave-dads-sue-too.html Article Summary
The Fourth Amendment protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures (Hall, 2014). In the scenario, it is important to remember that the employer is a government entity and the Fourth Amendment was originally designed to limit government authority as it applies to unreasonable searches and seizures (Hall, 2014). You would not be able to make a strong argument that the government violated the Fourth Amendment in this scenario. The property, whether it is a laptop, cell phone, or tablet, belongs to the government. Government entities have policies that employees must read and sign specifically acknowledging there is no expectation of privacy on these devices owned by the government.
Many people will tell you now that the middle class used to be a thing. After many events the middle class has begun to decline and these events aren’t recent either. After events like, the Arab Oil Embargo in 1973, the union busting of PATCO and the types of jobs we used to have in the states around that time. Edward McClelland agrees in his essay “RIP, the Middle Class: 1946-2013” he illustrates a lot of the events and the people responsible for the decline of the middle class. Edward says that in 1970s it was possible for a high school graduate or even a drop out to get a job on an assembly line and earn more money than a high school teacher.
Apples to Hammers We can see in this scenario that most of the individuals are only trying to figure out how to benefit from their job’s family friendly policy. Consequently, I believe that the competing virtue involved is the “Sense of justice, honesty, or righteousness in dealing with others (Neher and Sandin, 2007).” The circumstances, in this case, shows the lack of responsibility in each person.
1) In 2-3 sentences, what is Cherlin’s main point in this chapter? Are you convinced by his argument? Why or why not? Cherlin’s in his introduction explores the changing dynamics of working class family in America.
During the nineteenth century the U.S was immersed in the era called the Industrial Revolution and there were many negative aspects that came with innovation. A combination of negative aspects of the industrial revolution including economic instability (Booms and Busts), job insecurity, and dangerous work conditions led to the creation of gatherings of workers called labor unions. This century was known for two main national labor unions, the Knights of Labor and the American Federation of Labor. The first national union was the Knights of Labor it was founded in 1869 by Uriah Stephens. The Knights of Labor were the first union to organize skilled, unskilled, men, women, white, and black workers.
According to Jake Rosenfield, organized labor had already begun its decades-long decline. During the 1970’s and the 1980’s unionization rates nearly halved and this was especially brutal for organized labor. It was then that economic conditions had begun to change. Then organized labor had begun to disappearing in the sector where it has had the greatest impact on people’s livelihoods. Even before the 1980’s, Jiwook Jung explains that corporate America had experienced waves of downsizing.
Patagonia is an American outdoor clothing company whose strategic goal is to make high quality products for its most demanding customers and at the same time minimise the environmental impact of its products beside its profit motive. Its goal is to make a positive contribution to the environment. It wants to be transparent and honest with its customer on how it operates and wants to create unconventional ways to do so. It also wants to keeps their workers happy so that they are more productive and committed to the organisation.
America You are at your boyfriends house playing video games when the power goes out and lighting strikes, lighting up the dark shy. You jump and throw down your controller. You don 't do well during storms, you begin to shake and tears threaten to escape your eyes. ' 'Y/n, babe, it 's okay. Come here. ' '
I feel as though it is appropriate to discriminate based on age depending on the job. I feel it would be safer for someone that is old not to be working a job that requires a lot of physical demands. I feel like they should not be working unless they absolutely had to. I think that the jobs they should do should be easy sit down jobs, jobs that do not require a lot of demands. I also think that really young people should be discriminated against.