Explain recent legislation, within the last 10 years, that helps to protect employees from discrimination in the workplace.

The Value of FairTreatment in the WorkplaceYou have beenhired as a management consultant by a large company to examine the company’sbusiness decisions regarding employee protections. The applicable laws arefederal anti-discrimination laws, federal health and safety laws, and employerfiring practices related to the employment-at-will (EAW) doctrine.In response tothe three questions below, write a 4–6 page paper in which you do thefollowing:Analyze, identify, andexplain recent legislation, within the last 10 years, that helps toprotect employees from discrimination in the workplace. Provide at leasttwo federal legislative protections. Provide some insight when the federallegislation conflicts with the state.Explain the EAW doctrineand all exceptions to thedoctrine. Look at the scenarios below and determine whether the decisionto fire the employee is a smart one. Identify why or why not, anddetermine all the possible exceptions per the EAW doctrine that are, mightbe, or could be applicable if the employee sues for wrongful termination.
Brenda, a manager,started a blog on the company website for employee grievances. She noticedthat a worker was protesting that no Asian American employees had gottena raise in two years at the company. The worker also criticized how muchthe CEO made and how the CEO was “out of touch.” Brendareprimanded the worker. The next day, the worker talked to fellowco-workers about forming a union. Brenda subsequently fired the worker.Jason, a departmentsupervisor, requests approval to fire his secretary, Alice. Alice, adevout Christian, has been putting Right-to-Life flyers in the employeebreakroom. Alice is also taking time out to pray each day during thebusiest time of the morning.Brian, the head of theaccounting department, refused to sign Lori’s leave request for juryduty. Lori is a tax attorney in his department. Brian wants to fire Lorifor being absent without permission during their busiest time—tax season.Peter has worked forthe company for one year. He has a rare form of liver disease and workswith chemicals that make his condition worse. Peter does not want to stopworking, but his boss is not happy with his performance and wants to lethim go.
Determine the federallaw regarding undocumented workers and whether they are eligible for stateworkers’ compensation in the United States. Advocate for or against thispractice and substantiate your response with research to support yourposition.Use the StrayerLibrary to conduct your research. Include at least threequality references. The textbook for this class is a required source for thisassignment.Note: Wikipedia and similar websites do not count asquality references.Your assignmentmust follow these formatting requirements:This course requires theuse of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, pleaserefer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of yourcourse.Typed, double-spaced,using Times New Roman font (size 12), with 1-inch margins on all sides.Include a cover pagecontaining the title of the assignment, the student’s name, theprofessor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and thereference page are not included in the required assignment page length.The specificcourse learning outcome associated with this assignment is as follows:Evaluate federal lawrelative to workplace discrimination, employment-at-will, and worker’scompensation eligibility.