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Management / 1993
93.134 Responding to research fraud: The Minnesota experience, 123
93.156 Title VII does not protect an "eggshell psyche," 154Return to Top Return to Topical Index
Management / 1994
94.2 Title VII requires "reasonable accommodation" of religion, 169
94.9 Enrollment-based compensation does not violate Title VII, 178
94.15 Racial epithets and a hostile work environment [the relationship between good ethics and goodmanagement]
94.26 Age discrimination and reductions in force [creating a "learn-apply-learn" cycle for employees].
94.31 Disqualification for bias, 211
94.32 The changing nature of performance evaluations [immediate feedback to employees in TQMenvironments; "post-historic" leadership], 212
94.39 Distinguishing bad treatment from discrimination [Solzhenitsyn on legalistic life], 223
94.41 Employing Japanese police techniques on campus, 224
94.61 Procedures for death notification, 260
94.72 The army and higher education administration [realistic performance evaluation; taking time tothink; emphasis on values and character], 279
94.78 Preparing our students for the workplace of the future [training students to collaborate in anatmosphere of trust; Alvin Toffler and Charles Handy say organizations will be smaller; review ofthe West Point Way of Leadership], 287
94.86 Photocopying journal articles [excerpt: American Geophysical Union v. Texaco; "archival"copying not permitted; dissent discusses nature of scientific research], 301 Return to Top Return to Topical Index
Management / 1995
95.3 Disciplinary records remain confidential--for now [value of confidentiality; initial FERPA effort tolimit "values" education; media hypocrisy; public distrust of higher education], 315
95.7 Cynicism about "sensitivity" [controversial speech by President Lawrence at Rutgers; using the"N" word at George Mason; federal investigation of law professor's grading policy], 323.
95.9 Retaliation and letters of reference [Former employees may file EEOC retaliation complaints;ways to avoid defamation in letters of reference], 327
95.11 Public access to e-mail [e-mail and open-meetings laws; limits on erasing e-mail; e-mailfrequently sought in discovery; "academic freedom" not a defense to disclosure], 330.
95.15 Memos can override manuals, 339.
95.16 Tuition discounts [colleges offering tuition "deals" to attract students], 340.
95.25 Inflated figures [colleges provide conflicting information about admissions standards andgraduation rates], 358.
95.45 Business may save affirmative action [businesses setting hiring goals, given growing householdincome of African-Americans--which in 130 cities and counties surpasses that of whites], 384.
95.53 Challenging the ADA [a growing effort to modify the Act, mainly by applying a cost-benefitanalysis to pertinent regulations, and by narrowing the definition of protected disabilities], 394.
95.55 An inference against discrimination [absence of sex discrimination can be inferred if the sameperson who hired an employee also terminated the employee; value of vesting greater authorityat lower levels of administration], 399.
95.56 College cities [the rise of college cities as new employment and retirement centers; Clark Kerr'sprediction that universities would become cultural centers; Charles Handy on loneliness as thereal disease of the next century; Ernest Boyer on colleges making connections with retirees;"malling" of the campus and loss of a sense of community; Prodigy Services Company valuespersonal interaction], 400.
95.62 The benefits of confidentiality [constitutional right of privacy may create a qualified privilegeprotecting the confidentiality of discussions between university employees and a campusombudsperson; careful wording necessary when assurances of confidentiality are given], 414. Return to Top Return to Topical Index
Management / 1996
96.13 Violence in the workplace [voluntary OSHA Guidelines for Preventing Workplace Violence forHealth Care and Social Service Workers; serious mental illness as a "risk factor" for violence;effective police techniques identified], 459.
96.14 Your collected works, now in print [prior Internet newsgroup postings can be identified andcompiled by anyone using a powerful search program; Washington Post on "super-public"speech on the Internet], 461.
96.25 The media focuses on higher education [critical media commentary about higher education,including bloated bureaucracies; "let's make a deal" on financial aid; college elitism and the"Mercedes" syndrome; faculty: more politics, higher pay, and less work; students: drinking moreand learning less], 491.
96.26 A national debate on higher education [a crisis of confidence in higher education; children as anational priority; an emphasis on restructuring; competition from industry; the benefits ofcommunity colleges; comparison of community college and University of Pennsylvania classes;the importance of social skills and character development; promoting a sense of "reverence" inthe young], 494.Return to Top Return to Topical Index
Management / 1998
98.44 Planning for December 31, 1999, part I [some Y2k-related problems may be overlooked; a mediastampede may be on the horizon, creating a sense of panic; Y2K not a matter not to be left in thehands of technicians; interview with Bryan Savage, Testing and Compliance Manager for theYear 2000 project of the Government of the District of Columbia], 788.
98.45 Planning for December 31, 1999, Part II, 791.Return to Top Return to Topical Index
Management / 1999
99.4 Sexual harassment: Law and policy issues in 1999 [William Kaplin's analysis of two cases recently decided by or pending before the U.S. Supreme Court: Gebser v. Lago Vista Independent School District and Davis v. Monroe County Board of Education; impact of Jones v. Clinton ], 815.
99.48 Limiting public access to college campuses [in Souders v. Lucerno the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held that public college campuses are not "public forums" that may be entered at will; review of the 1969 Eighth Circuit decision in Esteban v. Central Missouri State College specifying inherent powers of universities] , 922.Return to Top / Return to Topical Index
Management / 2000
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00.1 More litigation . . .with no end in sight, part I [ Legalistic life taking root in America; Jerold Auerbach on Darwinism and the law; discovering truth is not the objective of the law; growing tension and incivility in legal practice; Lincoln on lawyering], 930.
00.2 More litigation . . . with no end in sight, part II [Reducing liability risks through good management; commentary on risk management by Tom Hustoles], 932.
00.15 Thinking about the Web 2000 [Prodigy, America Online, and Microsoft creating and fostering corporate "communities" in central (physical) locations; Affection, affiliation, and the molding of minds; education and the "collaborate dance of love"], 970.
00.25 Employer liability for online harassment and defamation [In Tammy S. Blakey v. Continental Airlines, the New Jersey Supreme Court held that an employer who knows about a pattern of retaliatory harassment in a work-related online forum may be liable for taking effective measures to stop it], 999.
Management / 2001
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01.17 When should job search records be destroyed? [Title VII and ADA regulations requiring the retention of "all records pertaining to employment decisions for a period of two years."], 2000.
01.46 Ten guiding principles of campus judicial officers, 2055.