General Act on Equal Treatment for Employees von Lecturio Online Courses

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „General Act on Equal Treatment for Employees“ von Lecturio Online Courses ist Bestandteil des Kurses „General Act on Equal Treatment – Fundamentals for Employees (EN)“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Introduction to the GAET
  • Forms of Discrimination
  • Direct Discrimination
  • Indirect Discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Sexual harassment
  • Instruction to Discriminate
  • Permissible Exceptions
  • Rights of Employees

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. Achieving or securing equal treatment throughout society
  2. Improving equal treatment between different genders
  3. Equal treatment between groups of different genders, ages, and ethnicities
  1. Direct and indirect discrimination, instruction to discrimination
  2. Harassment as well as sexual harassment
  3. Exceptions to the prohibition of discrimination
  4. It applies in the areas of public life, working life, community life.
  1. A colleague demonstratively grabs between his legs in the face of a female colleague.
  2. Any suggestive remarks
  3. As a greeting, a hand is extended to offer a handshake, a common routine in the environment.
  4. A look into the eyes when greeting someone
  1. If certain religious or ideological ideas justify it
  2. When specific professional qualifications require it objectively
  3. If it is regarded as reasonable and necessary at the discretion of the employer
  4. When ideological ideas within the team differ to one another
  1. Employees always have the right to complain.
  2. Employees can refuse performance or claim damages depending on the circumstances.
  3. Employees do not have the right to complain if they are discriminated against but can stop performance.
  4. Employees can sue for compensation in the case of discrimination.
  1. If an employee is disadvantaged, complains and the employer does not take effective measures.
  2. The employee has different ideas than the employer about the measures that should be taken.
  3. The initiator of the discrimination was not dismissed despite an insistent complaint by the employee.
  4. The feeling of discrimination is already enough to deny performance.
  1. No, because the GAET prohibits discrimination on the basis of a complaint.
  2. Even a supporter of a complainant may not be disadvantaged.
  3. Yes, that is why it is advisable to carefully evaluate issuing a complaint.
  4. Yes, that is why you should not involve colleagues in any case.

Dozent des Vortrages General Act on Equal Treatment for Employees

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