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Read the case study below, and answer ONE of the questions in your initial post (this case stud
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Read the case study below, and answer ONE of the questions in your initial post (this case study is adapted from a supplemental case in Chapter 15 of your textbook).
You were just hired as the new Transportation Department Supervisor at the Stevenson Company. You have 45 employees. Job descriptions and department policies were established by your predecessor and haven’t really been reviewed in the last 8 years.
Right before you were hired, the former supervisor placed Laverna, a female Latina driver, on unpaid suspension for several policy violations: taking improperly requested vacation leave, excessive absenteeism, and neglecting her job duties.
Laverna filed a grievance with the Personnel Department against the supervisor stating that she was unfairly singled out because of her gender and minority status. The company lawyer is concerned that Laverna may file EEOC claim against the company and wants your advice on whether the suspension should stand or be rescinded.
Respond to ONE of the following by 11:59 PM EST/EDT Thursday:
What are your concerns about this situation and what will you want to know/investigate before giving your input to the legal department? What will your recommendation be?
How could better HR policies and processes have kept this situation from happening, and what will you do to prevent this type of situation from happening in the future?
Respond to at least two of your classmates' posts by 11:59 PM EST/EDT Sunday. Specifically:
What did your peers neglect to mention in their responses?
Are their recommendations practical and realistic? Why or why not?
In lieu of one of your response posts, you may answer the other question in the case study.