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Assignments for Business 314 - Summary
This assignment on employment law uses concepts and skill learned in Business 314. The assignment is required when seeking college credit for the course, and asks you to research and write an essay on a contemporary law issue of your choosing. In your essay, you'll be addressing the following:
- Historical background of the employment issue you have chosen
- Circumstances that created the legal problem
- Legal analysis and suggested defense
- Ethical considerations
- Implications of the recommended course of action
How Assignments Work
The assignment included in this chapter contributes to the overall grade for the Business 314 course and is a requirement for students working toward college credit. Here's how it works:
- Open an assignment and read through the instructions.
- Get an understanding of how you will be graded.
- Thoroughly review your essay, checking for concepts learned in the course.
- Fill out the submission form (link included in the assignment).
- Proceed to the proctored final exam on the Exams tab (you do not need to wait for your essay grades before taking the final exam).
If you are not applying for credit, you do not need to submit your assignments.
1. Employment Law - Assignment 1: Case Brief
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2. Employment Law - Assignment 2: EEOC Paper
If you have a Study.com College Accelerator membership and are seeking college credit for this course, you must submit written assignments and pass the proctored final exam. You must submit your written assignments before registering for the final. Below you will find prompts and instructions for submitting your essay.
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Other chapters within the Business 314: Employment Law course
- Employment Relationships
- Employment Law Doctrines
- Employment Law & Regulations
- Employment Law Issues & Trends
- Torts in Employment Law
- Labor Laws & Unions
- Employment Discrimination
- Workplace Sexual Harassment Laws & Issues
- Diversity in the Work Place
- Employee Rights & Privacy
- Employee Protections Against Retaliation
- Workplace Health & Safety Requirements
- Compensation, Wage & Hour Regulation
- Benefit Programs
- Performance Management in the Workplace
- Studying for Business 314