Equal Employment Opportunity

Diversity is present in today’s workplace. To protect the rights of employees today, we have several equal employment laws. This is not only in the United States, but also around the world. For this assignment:

Present a situation that you, or someone you are familiar with, has faced related to diversity in the workplace.

Identify a federal law that protects the employee in that situation.

Determine how the organization should behave and how it can defend its actions in this situation.

Identify an international law that may protect that employee if the situation happens in that other country.

Determine how the organization should behave and how it can defend its actions in this situation.

Explain the similarities and differences between both laws.


Submit a Word document to the digital drop box

The paper should be 1–3 pages long

Use 1″ margins (all around) and double space

Use Times New Roman or Arial font, size 12

Use APA format


Your assignment will be graded according to the rubric


There are three common types of plagiarism you need to be aware of as a student:

Recycling a paper, “double-dipping,” self-plagiarism: reusing a paper you have written for a previous course

Copying directly from a source without proper quotations or paraphrasing: when you try to pass something off as your own work

Not using proper citations

According to the Academic Integrity and Academic Dishonesty Handbook:

Your paper should be composed of at least 80 percent of your own original thought, not “borrowed, paraphrased, [or] quoted” material pulled from the Internet, articles, journals, books, etc. Use your thoughts, not someone else’s!


Answer the following questions:

What are the key characteristics of the social model?

Explain the differences between validity and reliability?

In what ways might you write or develop objectives to minimize under inclusion or overinclusion?

What is the difference between process and effect objectives?

For effect objectives at each level of the pyramid, what sources of data might be commonly used for establishing targets?

Case Study: The Model College Counseling Center

A SWOT analysis is a very effective way of identifying strengths and weaknesses of examining the opportunities and threats faced by an organization. Carrying out an analysis using the SWOT framework helps an organization to focus its activities into areas where it is strongest and where the greatest opportunities lie.

Read – “The Model College Counseling Center” in Management of Human Service Programs (pg. 75)

Perform a SWOT analysis for the counseling center of Hillsboro University and answer the following questions

What are the real issues at stake?

If you were to be involved in a planning process like the one suggested by the university vice president, what steps would you follow?

Who would be involved in the planning process?

Is there any way that earlier planning procedures might have prevented the conflict described in this case?