Question: For both cases Could or should the organizations institute a
For both cases: Could (or should) the organizations institute a no-dating policy that would explicitly prohibit dating between supervisors and subordinates? Is such a policy legal?
Relevant QuestionsDo Nixon and Whitman have legitimate discrimination claims? How does culture affect the role of pay as a motivating force for workers? Would this issue be raised differently in the United States? Was Ms. Cameron a victim of sex discrimination? How could the critical incidents be used to prepare professors for teaching assignments? Under the ADA, what is a qualified individual with a disability? If Anna filed lawsuit, who would have the burden of proving that Anna was (or was not) a qualified employee with a disability? Is it Anna or the Bank?
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