The Wall Street Journal Articles
Locate one current controversy, dispute, or case using The Wall Street Journal that involves discrimination (see Wall Street Journal Resources in Getting Started). Then choose either Levitz and Shishkin’s 2009 article, “More Workers Cite Age Bias After Layoffs,” or Jones’ 2007 article, “Sidley Austin LLP Settles Age-Discrimination Suit.” Consider the challenges to the balance between law, legal action, and practical business concerns. Analyze strategies and tactics HRM professionals can implement to restore this balance. Provide workplace examples where possible.
If after a thorough search of The Wall Street Journal, you cannot locate a current controversy, discuss both linked cases.
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Students in Capella’s business programs will have access to weekly article summaries provided by The Wall Street Journal. The article summaries are provided in 16 business disciplines and contain questions designed to develop the critical-thinking skills necessary for professional success.
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We suggest that you log into The Wall Street Journal once a week and browse through the stories for that week, making notes from stories to inform your discussions or support assignments. Or, keep a list of interesting ideas to think about as you move forward in your program and career. We hope that in just 15-30 minutes of browsing the WSJ each week you will find interesting stories which are related to your coursework and that encourage you to have discussions with your classmates and instructor.
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