Surviving an EEO lawsuit

Ledvinka, James; Scarpello, Vida
June 1982
Advanced Management Journal (03621863);Summer82, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p23
Academic Journal
Analyzes the issues related to employment discrimination (ED). Information on the Whitehead versus Perlis case; Legal principles of employment discrimination; Labor market analysis for ED cases; Analysis and implications of the Perlis Truck Stop case.


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