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Department
Management (MGS)
Course
MGSC14H3
Professor
Andrew Stark
Semester
Winter

Description
Ethics Notes after midterm Equality is freedom from adverse discrimination Equality is thus a process of constant and flexible examination of vigilant introspection and of aggressive open-mindedness Most concentrate on the best way to rectify the impact of the past Equality in employment means that no one is denied opportunities for reasons that have nothing to do with inherent ability. Discrimination means that an arbitrary barrier stands between a persons ability and his or her opportunity to demonstrate it. Affirmative Action Having a workforce that reflects the general population. Hiring visible minorities who have been disadvantaged when all the merits for the job are the same. Trying to repay women and people of colour in the past by diversifying workforce today. Stark Notes Some urban Police Departments view it as part of job application to be black to reflect the population in that area because they can do a better job and it is safer for them. Because they have been through what the young blacks have and the young blacks can relate to them more. Allen Backman, white male denied admission to Stanford medical he thought he was qualified but they gave the position to a person of colour who wasnt as qualified as he was. Said we value Affirmative Action more than providing best doctors. This policy will lead to deaths. Q: should affirmative action not be used for doctors Purpose of Employment Equity Approach based on individual instead of group remedies. Remedial measures of a systemic and systemic kind are the object of employment equity and affirmative action. They are meant to improve the situation for the individual who by virtue of belonging to and being identifies with a particular group, find themselves unfairly and adversely affected by certain system or practices. www.notesolution.com
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