identify and write a critique of a US case study related to a legal issue facing human resource management in public administration:

You will identify and write a critique of a US case study related to a legal issue facing human resource management in public administration: Discrimination. The Case Study Critique assignment is designed to help make application of course content to the area of human resource management in public administration. The case study will integrate relevant legal cases in which it supports the work you are presenting and ensure a biblical integration to support position on whether the right or incorrect decision was made in the case. Paper must be 7 double-spaced pages of content (not counting title page, references, etc.) and discuss the major facts of the case, and you should tell whether or not you believe the right decision(s) was/were made and why. The format of each case study should be as follows: • Identify the important facts in the case study • What decision(s) were made in the case study • Do you believe the decisions were appropriate? • Discuss any alternative solution(s) to the problem and support those solutions with additional research. Make sure your solutions are relevant to the case and able to be implemented. • Conclusion • References (see below) • Make sure each section is labeled appropriately (Facts, Decision, Solution, and Conclusion) • The paper must be written in proper APA 7th edition format. The following format: Times New Roman, 12-point font, 1” margins from left to right and top to bottom, double spaced, number pages and include a title page. Present accurate and detailed descriptions of the problems and issues central to the case; provides a well-focused analysis of strategic issues and key problems that demonstrates an excellent grasp of the situation and strategic challenges; descriptions are compelling and insightful; provides a thorough and effective executive summary. Incorporates a biblical worldview into the response. Present a balanced, in-depth, and critical assessment of the facts of the case considering relevant empirical and theoretical research; develops insightful and well-supported conclusions using reasoned, sounds, and informed judgements. Rules of grammar, usage, and punctuation are followed, and spelling is correct. Sentences are complete, clear, and concise. Rhetorical skill is shown. Sentences are well constructed, with consistently strong and varied structure. Sentence transitions are present and direct the flow of thought. Paragraph transitions are present and logical, directing flow of thought throughout the paper. Note: This paper will be checked for originality via the