Read/view these short articles/clips before starting the assignment:
Clark Spoden, M. (2015). Gay marriage and sexual orientation: What your HR department should know. Industry Week. Retrieved from ProQuest.
Hayber Law Firm. (2015). What is retaliation? Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mrJy9zKQPo
Gusdorf, M. L. (2008). Recruitment and Selection: Hiring the Right Person. Society for Human Resource Management. Retrieved from: https://www.shrm.org/academicinitiatives/universities/TeachingResources/Documents/Recruitment%20and%20Selection%20IM.pdf
John has 12 years of experience as a registered nurse working the evening shift in the post-operative ward at Harmony Hill Memorial Hospital. John wants to complete his Bachelor’s degree in nursing and the needed courses are only offered in the evenings. John’s supervisor informs the staff of an upcoming opening in the morning shift and advises them of the application deadline. Based on some of the rumors that have circulated regarding past practices of his supervisor, John knows that his supervisor has already filled the position with one of her closest friends and that John’s completing an application and interviewing for the position is nothing more than an exercise in futility. John brings his concerns to you, the HR supervisor. He claims that his gender and sexual orientation has affected his nursing supervisor’s decision and that any complaint from him to the nursing supervisor will result in retaliation or termination.
In 2 to 3 pages respond to the following: