Employment law
posted by ann .
I believe it is "D" but it could be "C"
QYou are in charge of employment testing at your company. In one recent test, 100 applicants took the test. Thirty of the applicants failed the test. Upon further research, you determine that 25 of the 30 applicants who failed were African American, while 5 of the remaining applicants who failed were a mix of Caucasian, Asian, and Latino. To determine if your test is valid, you would look up rules dealing with:
A._____ Disparate Impact
B._____ Unfair labor practices
C._____ Right to Work
D._____ Disparate Treatment

Right to work laws protect nonunion employees  so it can't be C.
The answer is either A or D. Check this site and then make your decision.
http://www.lawmemo.com/101/2006/01/disparate_impac_1.html
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