Imagine you are preparing an article for a newsletter on workplace discrimination. You have been asked by an I/O practitioner blog to evaluate a range of workplace discrimination issues relating to test score comparability in multi-national/multi-cultural testing. Of particular interest is the impact of cultural differences on attitudes to testing and score interpretation as related to a global workplace.
Under intensifying international competition, the business environment has become a global unit with 24/7 virtual access. Understanding the similarities and differences between countries is increasingly important. Harassment and discrimination are among the most common complaints filed against employers that can end in large monetary settlements. Your article needs to:Define employment testing discrimination and provide an example of a virtual or global unit situation that resulted in a lawsuit.Define workplace harassment. Be sure to explain Quid Pro Quo and hostile work environment within your discussion.Explain how an employee may face both discrimination and harassment from employment testing.Explain how an employee may face harassment from supervisors, co-workers, vendors, and customers. Provide reasons employees may not report incidents of discrimination and harassment.Explain the consequences of a workplace not addressing discrimination and harassment issues raised by an employee.
Support your article with at least five scholarly resources.
Length: 5-7 pages
Your article should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts that are presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards.