SCENARIOS FOR QUESTION 2 BELOW:
Brenda, a manager, started a blog on the company website for employee grievances. She noticed that a worker was protesting that no Asian American employees had gotten a raise in two years at the company. The worker also criticized how much the CEO made and how the CEO was “out of touch.” Brenda reprimanded the worker. The next day, the worker talked to fellow co-workers about forming a union. Brenda subsequently fired the worker.
Jason, a department supervisor, requests approval to fire his secretary, Alice. Alice, a devout Christian, has been putting Right-to-Life flyers in the employee break room. Alice is also taking time out to pray each day during the busiest time of the morning. Brian, the head of the accounting department, refused to sign Lori’s leave request for jury duty. Lori is a tax attorney in his department. Brian wants to fire Lori for being absent without permission during their busiest time—tax season.
Peter has worked for the company for one year. He has a rare form of liver disease and works with chemicals that make his condition worse. Peter does not want to stop working, but his boss is not happy with his performance and wants to let him go.
Determine the federal law, requirements and procedures, (from an employer perspective who is hiring employees) regarding undocumented workers and whether they are eligible for state workers’ compensation in your home state. Advocate for or against this practice and substantiate your response with research to support your position.
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The textbook used is : It’s Legal, Ethical, And Global Environment 11th Edition