UPS and Deaf Drivers

Girion, Lisa. “UPS Ban on Deaf Drivers Is Rejected.” Los Angeles Times 11 Oct. 2006. Web. 29 Mar. 2016. Lisa Girion and Molly Selvin are two LA Times Staff Writers, who gave the report “UPS Ban on Deaf Drivers Is Rejected, confirming that UPS has been discriminating against their deaf workers by not letting them drive the trucks. The evidence proven are quotes from one of UPS’s deaf workers and information given from the case and some knowledge about the ADA. The authors purpose is to share with its viewers on how UPS had given a stereotype about deaf people and driving and why they did not want them to drive their trucks, which is against the law. This is supported by the ADA, this will help the viewers understand that you are not supposed to discriminate against those who have disabilities, but to treat them as equals because they are equals.The intended audience are for those who read the LA Times paper and those who want to know more about how UPS really cares about their workers.The source can be useful to researchers and those who wanted to know ore about the case at that particular time and now. The resource can be used as a reference in a thesis or article on deaf people and how they are treated in the...

UPS Return-To-Work Rule

13, February, and 2014. “EEOC Can Contest UPS Return-to-Work Rule As Illegal Qualification Standard Under ADA.” N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Mar. 2016. Patrick Dorrian, works for Daily Labor Report, which is a part of the Bloomberg Bureau of National Affairs, where he gives reports of national court cases, to signify the injustice of disabled people associated with UPS.The evidence provided are those specific quotes from the EEOC and ADA about protecting those with disabilities. The author wants the readers to know that just because your disability may take a great hindrance in your life does not mean you should be fired just because. The author wants the reader to know that this is very unjust and was rued in the favor of the EEOC because this was under the ADA article, which protects those with disabilities. The intended  audience are those doing research of the social injustice that  UPS has against those with disabilities. The resource is helpful because it lends out information about court cases that ruled in the favor of those who have a disability used against them at their...

UPS Hypertension

Smith-Duer, Barbara M. “Too Disabled or Not Disabled Enough: Between a Rock and a Hard Place after Murphy v. United Parcel Service, Inc.” Washburn Law Journal 39 (1999–2000): 255. Web. Barbara M.Smith-Duer, publishes her works on the Washburn Law Journal, giving incite on the Murphy v. UPS case. The name of the article is “Too Disabled or Not Disabled Enough: Between a Rock and a Hard Place after Murphy v. United Parcel Service, Inc.”, which ensues that some companies do not particularly want to have disabled people working for their company. The evidence proven in this article are quotes from the case and other cases similar to this case. The authors purpose is to educate the reader on the fact that people with disabilities are discriminated against, because they are not as able body as someone without a disability. the author wants you to know that this is wrong and many people with disabilities can work just hard as an able bodied person could. The intended audience are those who may be disabled or want to know more about the rights of disabled people. The source is helpful because it gives you information about the discrimination of those who do not function as well as others and how we are progressing from this discrimination. The source is highly credible, since it is coming from a law...

UPS and Pregnant Women

Constangy et al. “Employers Shouldn’t Be Too Excited about That Pregnancy Decision . . . and More from The Price Is Right.” Employment & Labor Insider. N.p., 11 Jan. 2013. Web. 29 Mar. 2016. Robin E. Shea works for the Employment & Labor Insider, the company is known for producing blogs about their cases that they have taken on. This is because they are attorneys working for working civilians. The article is called”Employers shouldn’t be too excited about that pregnancy decision…and more from The Price Is Right.” The article deals with the fact that people with disabilities are discriminated against no matter their condition. Several quotes from the case is proved as evidence of the discrimination against pregnant women at UPS. The authors purpose is to help inform others of the case and why there are laws that protect pregnant women. The article explains that a expectant mother was not given rights just as a disabled person would and fought to change this because it was unjust.The audience that is wants to reach are those who may be conducting research, attorneys looking for court cases, expectant mothers or people with disabilities, who just want to know their rights. The source is helpful because it gives an incite of what happens when people with disabilities are discriminated against.The source can help researchers conduct a paper about able-ism and the effects it has on the American Justice...
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