So now delegating decisions to managers equals systematic discrimination. Have we redefined the word that broadly? If one more judge had joined Ginsberg, Sotomayor, Breyer, and Kagan, then the bar for class-action discrimination lawsuits would have been set quite low indeed. As reported in The Telegraph: "Lawyers for the women said on Monday that the court's decision 'erects substantially higher barriers for women and men to vindicate rights to be free from employment discrimination.'" But if the standards are currently this vague and indefinable, as many believe them to be, any redefinition which gives companies more tangible guidelines should be welcome.
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