Question: Can disparate impact theory be used in cases involving subjective
Can “disparate impact” theory be used in cases involving subjective selection processes like interviews? What Supreme court case supports your position?
Relevant QuestionsGordon Howe, a white male, scored 48 on the WPT and was interviewed but not hired. Does Mr. Howe have a possible Title VII lawsuit? Could whites who were interviewed but not hired file a Title VII class-action lawsuit? What is the most important Supreme Court case that justifies your position? Among the major activities of HRM (see Figure 1-3), what domain usually drives other HR domains when significant organizational change is necessary? Could you use this job analysis to determine essential functions on the job? How could this be done? Do you consider yourself handicapped in any way?
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