Nti-Descrimination Laws Related to Employment

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FInal Paper
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Focus of the Final Paper
Prepare an 11 a 15 page (excluding title page and reference page) that analyzes a legal/ethical issue or situation relating to a current, previous, or potential future work environment. Use at least 10 scholarly sources suitable for research in a graduate level course.

Your paper must include the following:

1. A description of a business situation that presents a legal and ethical issue. The business situation must be a situation from prior, current, or anticipated future employment experiences, or a current event. The description of the business situation must not exceed two pages
2. Analysis of the ethical concerns raised by the situation.

a. Apply at least two different ethical theories to the situation to support at least two supportable different outcomes.
b. The paper must identify which ethical outlook as applied to this particular situation will result in the best legal outcome for the business.

3. Application of the relevant area(s) of law that has (have) been addressed in this course to the situation (e.g., constitutional law, contracts, anti-trust law, securities regulations, employment law, environmental law, crimes, or torts) and a discussion of the applicable law as it applies to the situation identified.

a. The application of law must be accurate and thorough.
b. The discussion of the different applicable law suggested by the situation being examined must reflect a thorough understanding of the relevant legal analysis.

4. A recommendation to reduce liability exposure and improve the ethical climate or the overall ethics of the situation.

Writing the Final Paper
The Final Paper:
1. Must be 11 to 15 double-spaced pages in length, and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
2. Must include a title page with the following:

a. Title of paper
b. Studentas name
c. Course name and number
d. Instructoras name
e. Date submitted

3. Must begin with an introductory paragraph that has a succinct thesis statement which identifies the focus of the paper.
4. Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought.
5. Must end with a conclusion that reaffirms your thesis.
6. Must use at least ten scholarly sources.
7. Must document all sources in APA style, as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
8. Must include a separate reference page, formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

Here is my outline of the paper and sources i would like to use. Please advise if these sources cannot be used.

Employee monitoring is to increasing in the workplace due to the presence of email and social networking that companyas permit. Monitoring may encompass email, voicemail, telephone conversations, internet usage, computer files, location tracking, and video surveillance (Kelly, 2001). The reasons main reasons that employers monitor employees is to ensure productivity and potential legal liability (Kelly, 2001). This paper will discuss the legal and ethical issues involved with this type of monitoring.
The following will be discussed in the final paper:
1. A description of a business situation that presents a legal and ethical issue.
2. Analysis of the ethical concerns raised by the situation.
a. Application of two different ethical theories to the situation to support at least two supportable different outcomes.
b. Identify which ethical outlook as applied to this particular situation will result in the best legal outcome for the business.
3. Application of the relevant area(s) of law that has (have) been addressed in this course to the situation and a discussion of the applicable law as it applies to the situation identified.
a. The application of law will be accurate and thorough.
b. The discussion of the different applicable law suggested by the situation being examined which will reflect a thorough understanding of the relevant legal analysis.
4. A recommendation to reduce liability exposure and improve the ethical climate or the overall ethics of the situation.
a?
References
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Kaupins, G., & Park, S. (2011). Legal and ethical implications of corporate social networks. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 23(2), 83-99. doi:docview/235183180?accountid32521
Mello, J. A. (2012). SOCIAL MEDIA, EMPLOYEE PRIVACY AND CONCERTED ACTIVITY: BRAVE NEW WORLD OR BIG BROTHER? Labor Law Journal, 63(3), 165-173. Retrieved from docview/198000915?accountid32521
Reynolds, L. (1992). Constitutional law in the electronic age. Management Review, 81(9), 24. Retrieved from docview/215884236?accountid32521
Yerby, J. (2013). Legal and ethical issues of employee monitoring. Online Journal of Applied Knowledge Management, 1(2), 44-55. Retrieved from OJAKM_Volume1_2pp44-55.pdf
Young, K. (2010). Killer surf issues: Crafting an organizational model to combat employee internet abuse. Information Management Journal, 44(1), 34-38. Retrieved from 227728831?accountid32521