EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION BASED ON EMPLOYEE LIFESTYLES

SCHLOERB, JOHN

1991-03-08

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  • Draft; Handwritten; Examines different types of employment discrimination based on employee lifestyle habits. Mentions different companies that hire and fire employees based on personal lifestyle behaviors such as smoking, obesity, cholesterol levels, etc. Adds that employers feel they must discriminate because of health insurance costs. Concludes that if this trend continues, more and more employ... read more
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