Employee Law Questions

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Q7: “How many employees must an employer/company employ to be subject to:” The ADA. An employer must employ at least 15 or more personnel to be subject to the ADA, this includes State and local governments (EEOC). Pregnancy Discrimination Act. An employer must employ at least 15 or more personnel to be subject to the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, this includes State and local governments (EEOC) Title VII. An employer must employ at least 15 personnel to be subject to Title VII, this applies to private and public employment agencies (EEOC). IRCA. An employer must employ at least 15 or more personnel to be subject to the IRCA (EEOC). GINA. An employer must employ at least 15 or more personnel to be subject to the GINA (EEOC). Q8: “Assume you…show more content…
I would like to bring to your attention the case filed against NFI Interactive Logistics LLC. Had this company had written policy on race harassment, their Bolingbrook facility may still be in operation. This company had to pay out $180,000 to five employees who were victims of race harassment. The company has agreed to take steps to improve their policies on race harassment (EEOC). By having clear company policies, employees will have a clear understanding of what will not be tolerated by the company and also gives employees a safe place to work. Case Analysis I have chosen case Mel-K Management Company to discuss here. “Q1. Explain briefly, the statute(s) (law or act) in question in your case, the facts of the case, and why the parties were in court. What was each party asking the court to do?” The act being in this case violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, hostile work environment based on race and sex harassment (EEOC). The Mel-K Management Company was accused of race and sexual harassment base on a general manage at their Chagrin Falls, Ohio location called black employees derogatory names and treated African-American employees less favorably then white employees. Mel-K Company also placed a female employee in both a racially and sexually hostile environment. When the employee stated she
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