Before starting this assignment, be sure that you are familiar with what is meant by “critical thinking.” Critical thinking is one of the five key rubric criteria by which your assignments are graded. Therefore, you are expected to demonstrate evidence of critical thinking in all assignments. For an overview of critical thinking, first read the Kurland article and then review the chart and watch the video: is Critical Thinking? (2012) Retrieved from Foundation for Critical Thinking (2015). Our Concept and Definition of Critical Thinking. Retrieved from Kurland, D. (2000). is critical thinking? Critical Reading. Retrieved from Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. (2014) A must-have chart featuring critical thinking skills. Retrieved from For this assignment, review the following: HR Hero. (2017). Employment at Will. Retrieved from HR Hero. (2017). USERRA (The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act). U.S. Department of Agriculture (n.d.) IRCA Antidiscrimination Provisions. Retrieved from You will explore the topics below and how they impact the sector (not the public sector) workplace: Address the following in a 4- to 5-page paper (not counting the cover page, references page and Appendix), supporting your arguments with citations to sources from the course and your research. Use at least five Trident Online Library sources, plus any applicable background readings to support your discussion.
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