Case Study Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Case Study Summary/ Review of the relevant facts of the case Kimberly Ellerth was a salesperson working for Burlington Company. However after being she was subjected to sexual harassment for 15 months by a supervisor she decided to quit the job. The actions of the supervisor entailed making constant threats to deny Ellerth of various tangible benefits associated with her job. Ms. Ellerth failed to fall for the advances made by her supervisor (Trachtman 2012). Ellerth suffered no form of tangible employment injury or ham. Instead she ended up being promoted. She failed to report or inform any staff of the organization of the supervisor’s conduct. That is in spite of the fact that she was aware of the organization’s policy concerning sexual harassment. Ellerth later filled a case against Burlington Company and alleged sexual harassment as well as constructive expulsion in contravention to the ‘same employers’. What steps would a company antidiscrimination policy include? An antidiscrimination policy of an organization would include the reporting procedures how and when an individual is supposed to report and whom to report to. The steps would therefore be reporting the issues and presenting the available evidence following up on the cases and the duration they would take to solve all the issues (Rothstein et al 2015). The protection of the complainants should also be included in the policy so that their supervisors do not infringe on their rights. References www.law.cornell.edu M. Craver C. & Schroeder E. (2015). Employment law. New York NY: West Academic. Trachtman M. G. (2012). The Supremes' greatest hits: The 37 Supreme Court cases that most directly affect your life. London United Kingdom: Sterling Publishing Company Inc. William K. (2016). Supreme Court collection: Burlington industries inc. versus Ellerth. Hove United Kingdom: Sage. [...]
First Individual Case Study Briefing Assignments APA style – 3 pages Burlington Industries v. Ellerth Due* With Unit 3 Unit 3- Case Study 1 Briefing Assignment Instructions: Each student will prepare and submit the briefing of case studies as individually assigned. For each assignment, students should submit a paper covering the assigned case(s) to the professor through Canvas, due no later than the seventh (7th) day of each Unit/Week*. For each Briefing of Case Study, the student should provide the following full and complete analysis for each case specifically assigned to each student with each of the following subheadings and with textbook and outside authorities intext and end of text citations supporting assertions, beliefs, thoughts,: (1) Summary/Review of the relevant facts of the case; (2) Personal and Legal Analysis of the outcome and ruling of the case; and (3) Full and complete answers to the End-of-Case Questions [at least 2 sentences each and after restating the number and each actual question], including supporting documentation/citations from textbook and outside resources as appropriate. Again, it is imperative that students apply the principles and theories covered in the respective chapters to the cases in order to achieve superior grades.