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PART ONE: The Regulation of the Employment Relationship

Chapter 1: The Regulation of Employment

Chapter 2: The Employment Law Toolkit: Resources forUnderstanding the Law and Recurring Legal Concepts

Chapter 3: Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Chapter 4: Legal Construction of the Employment Environment

PART TWO: Regulation of Discrimination in Employment

Chapter 5: Affirmative Action

Chapter 6: Race and Color Discrimination

Chapter 7: National Origin Discrimination

Chapter 8: Gender Discrimination

Chapter 9: Sexual Harassment

Chapter 10: Sexual Orientation and Gender IdentityDiscrimination

Chapter 11: Religious Discrimination

Chapter 12: Age Discrimination

Chapter 13: Disability Discrimination

PART THREE: Regulation of the Employment Environment

Chapter 14: The Employee’s Right to Privacy and Managementof Personal Information

Chapter 15: Labor Law

Chapter 16: Selected Employment Benefits and Protections

 

About the Author

Dawn Bennett-Alexander earned her B.S. in sociology at Federal City College (now the University of the District of Columbia) and her J.D. at Howard University School of Law. She is a tenured associate professor of employment law and legal studies at the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business. She has been admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia as well as six federal jurisdictions. Before teaching, Professor Bennett-Alexander worked at the Federal Labor Relations Authority, the White House Domestic Council, the Federal Trade Commission, the Department of Justice Appellate Division, and Antioch School of Law.



Laura Pincus Hartman is Executive Director of the School of Choice Education Organization, a U.S.based nonprofit that she cofounded, which oversees the School of Choice/LEcole de Choix, a unique leadership development education program in Haiti that serves children and families living in extreme conditions of poverty. 

Hartman also is professor emerita at DePaul University. She held a number of roles during her almost three-decade career there, including Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Vincent de Paul Professor of Business Ethics at DePaul Universitys Driehaus College of Business, and Director of its Institute for Business and Professional Ethics. From 2015 to 2017, Hartman also served as the inaugural Director of the Susilo Institute for Ethics in the Global Economy at Boston University and Clinical Professor of Business Ethics in BUs Department of Organizational Behavior. She has been privileged to serve as an Associated Professor at the Kedge Business School (Marseille, France) and has taught as a visiting professor at INSEAD (France), HEC (France), the Universitï¿ Paul Cezanne Aix Marseille III, the University of Toulouse, and the Grenoble Graduate School of Business, and served as the Gourley Professor of Ethics at the Melbourne Business School. 

Hartman is past president of the Society for Business Ethics and established its Professional Mentorship Program. She is the coauthor of Employment Law for Business (McGraw-Hill). Hartman graduated magna cum laude from Tufts University and received her law degree from the University of Chicago Law School. She divides her time between Haiti and Sint Maarten, and has been a mother to two daughters.

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