two-step test

two-step test

[′tü ¦step ′test]
(medicine)
Repeated ascents over two 9-inch (23-centimeter) steps as a simple exercise test of cardiovascular function. Also known as Master's two-step test.
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In Franks, the Secretary of Labor proposed a two-step test for the existence of interference: (1) a person's action can be reasonably viewed, from the perspective of members of the protected class and under the totality of the circumstances, as tending to interfere with the exercise of protected rights, and (2] the person fails to justify the action with a legitimate and substantial reason whose importance outweighs the harm caused to the exercise of protected rights.
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Additionally, the application of a single-step test as opposed to the currently required two-step test, as well as the testing of goodwill at the entity level rather than at a reporting unit level, should significantly reduce the complexity of the quantitative test and certain costs associated with it.
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