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Chapter 3 Vocab

by: Laura Branting

Chapter 3 Vocab MGMT3510

Laura Branting

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These terms are the vocabulary terms in Chapter 3.
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Chapter 3 Definitions Equal Opportunity Employment: employment that is not affected by illegal discrimination.  Status Blind: a concept that emphasizes differences among people should be ignored and  everyone should be treated equally.  Disparate Treatment: occurs when members of a group are treated differently from others.  Disparate Impact: occurs when members of a protected category are substantially  underrepresented as a result of employment decisions that work to their disadvantage.  Business necessity: A practice necessary for safe and efficient organizational operations.  Bona Fide Occupational Qualification: characteristic providing a legitimate reason why an  employer can exclude persons on otherwise illegal bases of consideration. Burden of Proof: what individuals who file suit against employers must prove to establish that  illegal discrimination has occurred.  Retaliation: punitive actions taken by employers against individuals who exercise their legal  rights.  Affirmative Action: proactive employment practices to make up for historical discrimination  against women and minorities.  Affirmative Action Program: a document reporting on the compositions of an employer’s  workforce, required for federal contractors.  Pay Equity: the idea that pay for jobs requiring comparable levels of knowledge, skill, and ability should be similar, even if actual duties differ significantly.  Class Ceiling: discriminatory practices that have prevented women and minorities from  advancing to executive­level jobs.  Nepotism: practice of allowing relatives to work for the same employer. Sexual Harassment: actions that are sexually directed, are unwanted, and subject the worker to  adverse employment conditions or create a hostile work environment.  Quid Pro Quo: sexual harassment in which employment outcomes are linked to the individual  granting sexual favors.  Hostile Environment: sexual harassment in which an individual’s work performance or  psychological well­being is unreasonably affected by intimidating or offensive working  conditions.  Disabled person: someone who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits life  activities who has a record of such an impairment, or who is regarded as having such an  impairment.  Essential Job Functions: fundamental job duties.  Reasonable Accommodation: a modification to a job or work environment that gives a qualified  individual an equal employment opportunity to perform.  Undue Hardship: significant difficulty or expense imposed on an employer in making an  accommodation for individuals with disabilities.  Phased Retirement: approach in which employees gradually reduce their workloads and pay  level.  Islamaphobia: hatred or fear of Muslims. 


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