Read “Case 3-1, You Can’t Get There From Here: Uber Slow On Diversity”. After you have read the case study, write an analysis of the case study.
Write an introduction to give context to your paper by explaining what the paper will cover. Then, divide the body of your paper using the seven headers below. Address the points within that section, as indicated under the header.
– Employment Law
Identify what employment law Susan Fowler’s sexual harassment claim would be characterized as. Be sure to develop your answer to include your rationale.
– Type of Harassment
Identify the type(s) of harassment to which Ms. Fowler was exposed. Be sure to develop your answer to include your rationale.
– Uber’s Actions
Identify actions Uber has taken to limit their liability relative to sexual harassment charges. Be sure to develop your answer to include your rationale.
– EEOC and Affirmative Action
After reviewing Uber’s diversity report, does it appear Uber is in violation of any EEOC and affirmative action laws? Be sure to develop your answer to include your rationale.
– Diversity Matters
Explain why diversity matters in general and more specifically to Uber. Be sure to develop your answer to include your rationale.
– Benefits/Challenges of a Diverse Workforce
Identify and explain the benefits and challenges Uber derives from a more diverse workforce. Be sure to develop your answer to include your rationale.
– Legal Provisions of Uber Case
Write a summary that identifies legal provisions or considerations covered within this case study as it relates to a human resource management (HRM) perspective.
Conclude with an analysis with your thoughts on how ethics and HRM professional standards are framed by legal provisions within a specific organization or industry (e.g., business, health care).
Your case study must be at least two pages in length, not counting the title or reference pages. Adhere to APA style when constructing this assignment, including in-text citations and references for all sources that are used. Please note that no abstract is needed.