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09 Jun 2006, 11:03
Not all employment selection mechanisms that have a â€œdisparate effect,â€
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09 Jun 2006, 11:37
I am going with D on this.

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09 Jun 2006, 13:08
seem D too.

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09 Jun 2006, 14:08
screen should be used instead of screen, as mechanisms - plural
Between that C and D, I will go with C. (we can omit what follows after which and still keep the sentence meaningful)

D will have too many thats - awkward
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09 Jun 2006, 14:10
Definitely between A and D.

If you are unsure then put the subject just before that and try. Now A and D looks like

(A) that is, mechanisms that screens out a percentage of minorities or women disproportionate to

(A) that is, disparate effect that screens out a percentage of minorities or women disproportionate to

(D) that is, mechanisms that screen out a percentage of minorities or women disproportionate to

(D) that is, disparate effect that screen out a percentage of minorities or women disproportionate to

The third one looks better for proper meaning of sentence. So I will go with D.
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10 Jun 2006, 04:24
I choose A....but OA was D...
Thanks dahiya
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12 Jun 2006, 00:11
Will go with D. S-V agreement maintained.
Mecahnisms...........screen

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12 Jun 2006, 01:47
Agree with 'D' but not sure if disproportionate would go with with or to

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12 Jun 2006, 02:37
It's D.

Not all employment selection mechanisms that have a â€œdisparate effect,â€

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12 Jun 2006, 02:56
^ D ^

Not all employment selection mechanisms that have a â€œdisparate effect,â€

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