In Connecticut v Teal the Supreme Court ruled that even
In Connecticut v. Teal, the Supreme Court ruled that even though disparate impact was not shown in the employment decision numbers, an employer may still be found guilty of discrimination. Should this be allowed? What are your concerns as an employer in light of this decision? How can you ensure your employment practices are nondiscriminatory?
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