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Business Ethics Name: Institution: Nations Restaurant News (1995, December 4). “EEOC’s politically correct crusade against hooters a wasted effort.” This article expresses surprise at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) decision to sue the Hooters Restaurant Chain for gender discrimination in their “Hooter Girl” hiring formula.
This is in spite of the fact that Hooters lawyer, Patricia Casey, had explained in earlier court preceding, and evoked similar exceptions in the 1964 Civil Rights Act, that Hooters used the sex appeal of the flimsily dressed female servers to attract and entertain customers (Nations Restaurant News, 1995). It is to be noted that Playboy Clubs had repeatedly cited the latter act successfully in their numerous court charges for similar hiring discrimination charges. Critics, therefore, wonder what EEOC was really up to in the Hooters’ case, and hold the opinion that the commission was only using Civil Rights laws to protect out-of-work men from hiring discriminations (Nations Restaurant News, 1995). The EEOC has apparently gone to an extent of advising Hooters to incorporate a scholarly fund to help enhance the skills, education and employment opportunities of males. ...
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