Many Americans oppose what issue because they fear it will lead to illegal quotas, preferential treatment of African Americans and women, and even reverse discrimination against white men?
What quality is more important in predicting who gets fired than job-performance ratings or even prior disciplinary history?
Over the last two decades, how many sexual-harassment claims have emerged?
Today most large corporations not only accept the necessity of affirmative action but also find that _______________ benefits when they make themselves more diverse?
In 1987, the Supreme Court affirmed, in the case of Johnson v. Transportation Agency, that
To answer the question of who determines what isobjectionable or offensive in sexual harassment, the courts use what kind of hypothetical person?
Sexual comments that one woman appreciates might distress another women. Who decides when such behavior is inappropriate?
One message that sexual harassment conveys is that managers view women as
There are two legal types of sexual harassment:
Of these four arguments, which of the following is the most plausible argument FOR affirmative action?
Opponents of comparable worth insist which one of these ideas support their position?
When investigators sent equally qualified young white and black men—all of them articulate and conventionally dressed—to apply for entry-level jobs in Chicago and Washington, D.C., the results clearly showed
The 1984 Supreme Court decision in Memphis Firefighters v. Stotts
According to Shaw and Barry, companies clearly have what kind of obligation to provide a work environment in which employees are free from sexual harassment?
Advocates of "comparable worth"