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31 March, 23:38

Which of the following do courts use to relate the percentage of protected groups in an organization with the percentage of corresponding groups in the labor market?

A. Restricted policy

B. Standard deviation

C. McDonnell-Douglas test

D. 4/5ths rule

E. Population comparison

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  1. 1 April, 01:17
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    Option E, Population Comparison courts use to relate the percentage of protected groups in an organization with the percentage of corresponding groups in the labor market.

    Explanation:

    In a wide range of ways, populations can be correlated, for particular, with changing environment and regional demographics over time, variations within regional populations and variations within the total population within groups, such as ethnicities.

    A covered member of the group is a person who comes within the same labor law category eligible for security. Federal law defends workers from ethnic, cultural, age, disability, gender, religion, nationality or faith discrimination.

    The jobs-to-population ratio seems to be a macroeconomic metric that calculates the citizen labor force now working in a city, town or country's overall work population.
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