Burden Of Proof

[ ˈbɜːdn̩ əv pruːf]

A burden of proof refers to when a plaintiff  is required to show that a policy, practice or action used by an employer, has an adverse impact.

The burden of proof is shifted to the employer once the adverse effect has been shown; in which the employer is required to prove that the practice policy, practice and action is job related.

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Use in a sentence:
It is a burden of proof.
Burden Of Proof