orkplace Law OPTION 1: Employment Discrimination: How can you identify workplace

orkplace Law
OPTION 1: Employment Discrimination: How can you identify workplace

orkplace Law
OPTION 1: Employment Discrimination: How can you identify workplace discrimination?
Post a recent Wall Street Journal article (within three years) that discusses any type of workplace discrimination.
Describe the alleged/proven discrimination
Identify whether it is protected under Title VII, and
State whether you feel it is disparate-treatment or disparate-impact discrimination.
REQUIRED: Respond to a friend’s post an explain if you think the discrimination they discussed is more or less severe than what you described. You will need to post your response first and then wait until after your classmates post to answer this part .
The Chapter 35 Lecture Notes will be helpful to complete this post.
(200-300 words)
OR
OPTION 2: Labor Law: Who could argue against raising the minimum wage?Chapter 34 discusses worker and employee protections, including minimum wage requirements. Read this article about the impact of minimum wage increases in NYC and watch this video explaining the pros and cons of the new law. Also, read this article about a lawsuit by McDonald’s employees against the fast food chain for withholding wage and unsafe conditions. Then, respond to the following questions:
How could anyone argue against raising the minimum wage? What impact could this have on consumers?
What do you feel is the best solution to this potential problem?
How does the McDonald’s lawsuit relate to the discussion of labor laws in Chapter 34?
REQUIRED: Respond to a friend who expressed a position different than your own about the increase in the minimum wage. You will need to post your response first and then wait until after your classmates post to answer this part .
(200-300 words)

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