University Of Phoenix MGT 434 Week 2 Assignment 2

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The team discusses whether or not the woman has any valid claim and is entitled to any accommodation. The team supports their position using federal and state laws or statutes, including any legal cases on the matter. The team evaluates whether or not the company has valid defense, and supports their position using federal or state laws or statutes and includes any legal cases on the matter. The team analyzes whether a reasonable accommodation is appropriate or inappropriate. The team cites a minimum of two federal laws and one state law in addition to other sources that apply to this case study. The team recommends a conflict resolution process that can be used to solve the matter and avoid a lawsuit. The paper is 1,050 to 1,400 words in length. The paper—including tables and graphs, headings, title page, and reference page—is consistent with APA formatting guidelines and meets course-level requirements. Intellectual property is recognized with in-text citations and a reference page. Paragraph and sentence transitions are present, logical, and maintain the flow throughout the paper.

Sentences are complete, clear, and concise. Rules of grammar and usage are followed including spelling and punctuation. Research online law libraries and the Internet for sources concerning information on ADA, ADAAA, state, and federal medical marijuana laws, privacy for drug testing, as well as drug testing in the workplace. Describe whether the requirements of disability eligibility under ADA and ADAAA are applicable in this circumstance, and discuss whether or not the woman has any valid claim and is entitled to any accommodation. Support your position using federal and state laws or statutes, including any legal cases on the matter. Evaluate whether or not the company has a valid defense. Support your position using federal or state laws or statutes, and include any legal cases on the matter. Analyze whether a reasonable accommodation is appropriate or inappropriate. Recommend a conflict resolution process that can be used to solve the matter and avoid a lawsuit. Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word report in the third-person voice. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines, and include headings to appropriately signal topics and keep your document organized. Use a minimum of five different in-text citation sources within your paper, and properly identify them in your References page. Any laws and legal cases used in the body of your paper must also be included in the References page. Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment. Grades are awarded based upon individual contributions to the Learning Team assignment. Each Learning Team member receives a grade based upon his/her contributions to the team assignment. Not all students may receive the same grade for the team assignment.

However, current research indicates that the baby boomer generation will expect a far greater degree of amenities such as TVs in rooms and private bathrooms. In the future, HCOs and marketing teams will focus on analytical tools to gain a more accurate degree of knowledge concerning patients’ actual expectations and needs. The marketing director for Happy Valley long-term care facility decided to perform a qualitative analysis. The marketing team interviewed patients and their families as a means to determine patient needs and expectations. The outcomes of the analysis provided the marketing team with data that could be applied to the development of marketing objectives and strategies to support the strategic plan. Patient-centered marketing focuses on knowing what specific patients need and expect. Needs and expectations can vary, based on the type of care (e.g., long-term care, hospice, palliative care, renal care, and physical therapy). • Discuss why patient-centered marketing is an important aspect of your chosen HCO’s marketing plan. • Explain how patient-centered marketing would help support the goals of your chosen HCO’s marketing plan. • Support your claims with citations and references from the course text and at least one scholarly source.