Your Questions About Title Vii

Michael asks…

Compare and contrast disparate-treatment discrimination and disparate-impact discrimination, and Title VII�s r?

Compare and contrast disparate-treatment discrimination and disparate-impact discrimination, and Title VIIs response to each in the context of employment.

barry0912 answers:

Go to the official site

Donna asks…

Can An Employer Use Binding Arbitration Over EEOC Title VII Complaints?

Based on employer arbitration agreements, It is at least implied that an employee has no right to file a valid Title IV complaint with the EEOC.
I have seen two cases that have gone both was so there really is no president that I know of.
Has the Supreme Court or Congress made a decision on this?
This is the most recent story I could find on this issue. (4 yrs. old)
http://writ.news.findlaw.com/amar/20030221.html

barry0912 answers:

EEOC does not recognize prior arbitration agreements, so it makes no difference what an employer may or may not have implied. If you have an EEOC complaint, file it. You are protected by federal law from retribution when you file, by the way.

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing News

Ruth asks…

What is the best way to market/advertise a bright pink headband and why?

This is for a school Economics project.
I need to know which method of advertising would be better to advertise a BRIGHT PINK HEADBAND.

EXAMPLES:
-Billboards
-Radio
Television
Print Media (Newspapers,Magazines etc)
-Word of mouth
internet
-Cellphone
-Pamphlets
-Sponsership

I also need the cost if possible (In Rands ie South African currency)

Thanks =)

barry0912 answers:

I can’t give you cost, but I can give you ideas..

Eliminate Billboards, Radio, Cellphone, and Pamphlets immediately. (They are not going to have purchase impact.)

Now, we need to decide a “pitch”, since you’re selling something “generic”, I’d tie it to a “cause”.

Wear a BRIGHT PINK HEADBAND TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR….. NOVEMBER IS PINK HEADBAND MONTH FOR… Etc…

That would probably lead me down the path of Sponsorship, getting a organization involved in my cause to promote the wearing of the Pink Headbands. (They already have an email list, a website, and the attention of news outlets)

Which could then easily move into free coverage by Print media, Television, Radio, Word of Mouth, etc…

Cost of Advertising?? With a great sponsor, and a CAUSE??

Almost nothing.

Mary asks…

What is a good way to advertise your business in the south east?

I’m starting a property management company in Chattanooga, TN and I dont think news papers alone will cut it.

barry0912 answers:

Local or geographically targeted search engine marketing and advertising is a good way to go. This puts you right in front of people looking for your services. A little keyword research shows there are 8 searches per day for “chattanooga property management”. Not sure exactly what individual services you are providing (outside or inside) or other areas you serve but you would have to find out what kind of search volume there is for them in your area.

You can reach the people searching for your services locally through localized web marketing programs such as local search engine optimization and local pay per click marketing. The most important thing is that your website is well optimized for the areas you serve. Http://www.localrise.com is a good starting point to learn more about these types of local internet marketing programs.

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Your Questions About Title Vii

James asks…

How disparate impact discrimination and disparate treatment discrimination occur under Title VII.?

How disparate impact discrimination and disparate treatment discrimination occur under Title VII, and their implications.

barry0912 answers:

Disparate inpact means that as a group, some protected class overall is treated worse than the overall group – maybe something like fewer are hired, or promoted. This doesn’t necessarily imply anything deliberate, but leaves the impression that there COULD be something deliberate going on.

Disparate treatment is more specific, and claims that a protected class, or someone from that class, is treated worse than others not in that class, because of their membership in the protected class.

Steven asks…

so if you are related to a inmate you can be under investigation without violating title VII?

(Title VII of the Civils Rights Act)

barry0912 answers:

Thanks to the “patriot act” you can be under investigation at any time for no reason what so ever

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