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1. The Equal Pay Act of 1963:
Prohibits employers from providing lower wages based on sex.
Makes employers pay all employees doing the same job the same wage regardless of experience and education.
Sets a national wage for similar positions.
prohibits employers from paying a living wage.
2. Types of overt discrimination include:
written, but not oral acts of discrimination.
only sexual harassment claims at companies with 50 or more employees.
harassment, pay inequalities, retaliation and obstacles to advancement.
requiring employers to hire a quota of individuals with handicaps.
3. Under Section 504 of the Rehab Act. the time limit for filing a charge with the EEOC is:
4. Under ADA, an employer is not required:
to make accommodations that would be an “undue hardship”.
to consider an employee’s disability in the hiring process.
to make any accommodations beyond things like an elevator in buildings with stairs.
to submit a yearly EEO-1 form.
5. The disproportionate limitation or denial of employment based on a seemingly neutral requirement or practice is called:
quid pro quo.