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You are the judge hearing a Motion for Summary judgment filed by an employer in the case of an employee who has been terminated. The employee was the sole African-American customer service representative at the firm, who had a lengthy record of good evaluations. However, she received more negative evaluations over a period of three years after a new supervisor was hired, though the more stringent requirements applied to her were not applied to white employees. After three years, the employee was then selected for termination in a downsizing based on the previous three years? evaluations. Based on this evidence, what should you decide?
(A)You should grant summary judgment for the employer because the termination was based on performance appraisals rather than race
(B)You should grant summary judgment for the employer because a discrimination claim based on performance appraisals going back three years was no longer timely
(C)You should allow the employee to go to trial because African-Americans disproportionately received low performance ratings in this company
(D) You should allow the employee to go on trial because the termination was based on performance appraisals that were tainted by consideration of the employee's race.
(E) None of the above
Paper#9210501 | Written in 27-Jul-2016Price : $19