Review the case study from last week’s Paper: Business Formation Assignment.
Part 1: Hiring
For this discussion thread, explain your analysis and conclusions on hiring Kelsey and Carlos as employees (not including them as partners or co-owners). Focus on the legal issues of including race, religion, and other protected classes in your hiring decisions. We already know Kelsey is a Christian and Carlos is not; assume Shania and Kelsey are Black while Carlos is Hispanic.
If your paper last week addressed these specific questions, you may use that section of your paper as the basis of your answer to Part 1 of this thread.
Part 2: Promotion
Now assume that Shania’s coffeehouse has become so successful that she has 20 employees and needs to promote someone to be the night shift supervisor. The employee base is quite diverse and Shania wants to include diversity in her promotion decision to demonstrate how inclusive her business is. Explore the legal, Biblical, and ethical issues if Shania makes her promotion decision entirely on that basis. What are her options?
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