Flashcards in Chapter Five reverse Deck (22):
to eliminate or adjust requirements are conditions to enable a person to carry out the essential duties of an activity or job.
the place were people live or want to live.
giving advantages to groups who have been discriminated against in the past.
a qualification that would normally be considered a discrimination but is necessary for proper of efficient job performance.
Bonafide Occupational Requirement
the person making an allegation of discrimination.
bringing conflicting parties to a resolution of their differences.
employment policies that inadvertently exclude certain individuals, resulting in discrimination.
an overt act of discrimination.
areas or buildings designated for public use.
the most serious part of an accusation.
persistent behaviour that violates the human rights of a victim
the right to receive equal treatment, to be free form prohibited discrimination and harassment, and to have access to places, services, and opportunities.
intervention between conflicting parties that promotes compromise or settlement of the dispute.
an uncomfortable or disturbing atmosphere created by the negative comments or behaviour of others.
a preconceived opinion based on a stereotype of inadequate information.
legally convincing unless disproved by contrary evidence.
person who allegedly discriminated
unwelcome sexual contact, remarks, leering, demands for dates, requests for sexual favours, and displays of sexually offensive pictures or graffiti.
having an oversimplified, standardized, or fixed judgment of a group of people.
the result of a change that would affect the economic viability of an enterprise or produce a substantial health and safety risk that outweighs the benefit of the accommodation
making a distinction between people and treating them differently on the basis other than individual merit.