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Assignment 4 (THREE parts)

 

I. Go the website of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission at: http://www.eeoc.gov/

 

A) Using the site, answer the following: In regards to the EEOC and Arrest and Conviction Records, find and list the two ways these records might be used in a discriminatory manner:

 

B) What three ways might an employer voluntarily resolve a charge? C) List the address of the nearest EEOC office to you. D) List the three ways (not reasons) an employee may file a charge of discrimination

 

with the EEOC: E) List five of the Federal Laws enforced by the EEOC F) In addition to the above information, list any two things you learned from this

 

assignment. II. Explore the website for the Indiana Department of Labor at http://www.in.gov/dol/ and

 

answer the following:

 

A) List three of the six divisions of this Department; AND,

 

B) List three things from each of the three divisions (total of nine) you learned from

 

exploring the website;

 

C) Briefly describe how this site may be of use to you in your current/future career.

 

III. Political posts:

 

1. Locate a shared political post on social media (Facebook probably best bet). If you

 

don?t have a social media account, I am sure one of your friends or family members

 

does and would be willing to help you out. If not, let me know.

 

A. List cite;

 

B. Summarize the article?s point(s)

 

C. Examine it under the principles in class and describe how you followed the process

 

below: 1. Read first. Then share. I myself am guilty of basing comments or even

 

clicking share based on the headline. This is the worst thing any of us could do.

 

Stop being lazy.

 

2. Check the source (and their sources). In the age of new media true and valid

 

information comes from non-traditional sources but so does a lot of garbage.

 

Any article that posts facts, figures or quotes should provide a source for that

 

information. If there is no backup for their claims, move on.

 

3. Watch out for recycled stories. One thing that seems to be feeding into the

 

misinformation problem is when old stories are being presented as happening

 

now. Check the date on the story before you read on. You?ll be shocked to see

 

how many are from another time and aren?t applicable to the current event you

 

thought they were talking about.

 

4. Google it. God (and Sergey) gave us Google for a reason. If you see a story

 

that?s unbelievable or has no sources or even if it does, verify. See if the same

 

facts are reported across multiple outlets. See if anyone disputes these facts.

 

Read these pieces and then make up your mind.

 

D. Provide a conclusion as to the article?s truth(s) and/or false claim(s) based on your

 

examination above.

 


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