Employee Complaint Through EEOC and ADR
In the case of Doe v ZYX Corporation, the plaintiff John Doe accuses his employer of giving a discriminatory test, and that the company dress code is biased against men. The dress code addresses the length of men's hair and not women's. The grooming code allows pieced ears for females but not for males. To prove Doe's claim he must show: disparate treatment, intentional discrimination against a class, or disparate impact. Disparate treatment is overt: for example, the company's policy states that only white males will be promoted. Doe' will have a better chance of proving disparate impact…
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