Is the business Allison works for liable for sexual harassment?
Learning Goal: I’m working on a business question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Q1. Allison’s boss at the outdoor retail store continually makes sexually suggestive comments to her and often brushes against her when she is in his office. Although he has never asked anything of her, she has asked him to stop but he continues. She reported his conduct to the owner of the business. The owner felt that Allison was exaggerating the facts and did not investigate or take any action.a. Is the business Allison works for liable for sexual harassment? Why or why not?b. What should the owner have done?Q2. Learning Activity 1: due Thursday, 11:59 pm ETScenario: Eva
owns Finest Enterprises, a clothing shop, as a sole proprietor. Eva
wants to obtain additional capital to expand Finest, but she does not
want to lose control of the business. Also, Eva has chosen not to take
out any sort of loan to obtain additional capital to expand.As a
sole proprietor, what is her best option to obtain additional capital to
expand and yet retain control of the business? Why? Learning Activity 2: due Thursday, 11:59 pm ETScenario:
Dill and Edy formed a partnership. Edy’s capital contribution is
$10,000, and Dill’s capital contribution is$15,000. The partnership
agreement provides that profits are to be shared, with 40% of the
profits going to Edy and 60% of the profits going to Dill.Later, Edy made a $10,000 loan to the partnership when it needed working capital.When the partnership decided to dissolve, its assets are $50,000 total, and its debts are $8.000.How should the assets be distributed – in what specific amounts – and why? Show calculations.