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1. Make a list of five specific HR problems you think Carter Cleaning will have to grapple with.

• Sexual Harassment

• Non-trained staff

• Poor Manager

• Probably Law suit

• Low job performance

2. What would you do first if you were Jennifer?

• Review the finances to see how the businesses are doing. Then meet with management and the staff.

1. Is it true, as Jack Carter claims that “we can’t be accused of being discriminatory because we hire mostly women and minorities anyway? Yes, he did not see anything wrong on the way he staff his manager at his store.

2. How should Jennifer and her company address the sexual harassment charges and problems? Investigate with both of the women who confront Jennifer with the claim and the managers.

3. How should she and her company address the possible problems of age discriminative? To review everyone salary that’s does that participle job. If the fact that the gentlemen find it true, then salary adjustment should be done immediately. If not, if he can prove it Carter Cleaning can be sued.

4. Given the fact that each of its stores has only a handful of employees, is her company fact covered by equal rights legislation? Yes, there seven employees in each store.

5. And finally, aside from the specific problems, what other personnel management matters (application forms, training, and so on) have to be reviewed given the need to bring them into compliance with equal right laws? Carter cleaning employees has lack knowledge of the job and respect of the staff. Training is needed to get the company on…...

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