Integrating cases, theory, and commentary, this up-to-date book provides readers with a detailed discussion of the important issues in employment discrimination law. It gives learners at all levels access to the key cases and statutes in this area, to useful hypotheticals, and to some of the latest thinking on these topics. Chapter topics focus on the issues that matter most in the field todayatracking the birth of modern employment discrimination law, its development, state employment discrimination laws, and the transformative or non-transformative effect of employment discrimination law. For lawyers, paralegals, corporate human resource departments, government agencies, and other government officials.Although Meritor and our previous cases establish the framework for the resolution of hostile environment cases, they do not dictate the outcome of this case. ... Over a strong dissent, the majority held that the sexist remarks and the pin-up posters had only a de minimis effect and did ... King, 898 F.2d at 537; EEOC Compliance Manual (CCH) As 615, 1 3112, C at 3242 (1988) (courts aquot; should consider theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Employment Discrimination Law|
|Author||:||Janis L. McDonald, Frank S. Ravitch, Pamela Sumners|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2006|