Human Resource Management
Human Resource Management MGMT 3241
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iquotLnquotnClan nem Lalig of Human Resource Management 4th edition by RA Noe JR I Iollenbeck B Gerhart and RM Wright CHAPTER 3 Providing Equal Employment Opportunity and a Safe Workplace McGraw Hilyjmin Copyright 2011 by 1712 McGraw Hill Campan ies In c All Rights Reserved W hat Do I to Know Explain how the three branches of government regulate human resource management Summarize the major federal laws requiring equal employment opportunity Identify the federal agencies that enforce equal employment opportunity and describe the role of each What Do I to continued Describe ways employers can avoid illegal discrimination and provide reasonable accommodation Define sexual harassment and tell how employers can eliminate or minimize it Explain employer s duties under the Occupational Safety and Health Act Wh at Do I Need to Iltnow continued Describe the role of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA Discuss ways employers promote worker safety and health Test Your Knowledge Three branches of US government play a role in the legal environment of HRlI The executive branch the legislative branch and the judicial branch A makes laws issues directives interprets laws B issues directives makes laws interprets laws C interprets laws makes laws issues directives Regulation39 of Human ResourC39e O Has enacted a number of laws governing HR activities Managem ent O Responsible for enforcing the laws O Includes the regulatory agencies that the president oversees JU l ll k 39 7 Interprets the law O The Supreme Court is the court of final appeal O lts decisions are binding I Equal Employment Opportunity EEO Equal employment opportunity the condition in which all individuals have an equal chance for employment regardless of their race color religion sex age disability or national origin The federal governme nt s efforts in this area include constitutional amendments legislation executive orders court decisions Table 31 Aer eueoncemem REQIJ REMENTS AGENCY T eeem Amendmeee Aeer e eeee eyeeem reeeee reeee re em eyeee Summary 0 MaJor 2 and msduc e e eeeee Cull Rights Acts CHAS 5 hr rvgnt Cuurt system enee r eee em ee e e eeeeem mm a WS 8 n alhan s 8 Y me and em lee R e g u I a t I 0 r1 5 Eeee Pee eel er eee ee we em weVeee eeeeee eeoe wemen eeeeemme eeee eee eeeeeee eemmeeee eeeewe eeee ey me w e eee eeeeeeeeee eeeee emeeyere me 15 e meee eeee e emee eeeeme eee emeeveeeweekiee ee ee er en emere weeke eee veee e eee emem Me n eee e e e e e ee eeoe eeeve l eee e eee7 ememyeee Meme ee yeee eee Heme emeeveee eeeneiee feeeee eeeeme meee eeeeeeeeee eeeefme neee ee eeemeeve eee ee n Eeeemmeeeee eeeee we eeeyee we eeee redeee eeme m wee eee eeeeew e e Peeeeeeev Deenmmeeee Teeeee eeeemmeeee eeeee en emeeveee eeveeee ev eeee ee e we ee eeeeeeeeyeeeeeee eeeee 1 e w eee ee quoteee eee e eee me emerieeee W e Deeeu Emmeyeee wee mere eee eeee Aee er wee e eeeyeee eeeeee We Wee e Fedee eeyeem e em neeep wemee eee meeeemee eeeeeeeeeeere wee eeeee eeeeeee eeee e W Renee eee e we Premeee meeemmeeee eeoe eeme ee me v quotWe See eee Veee eeeyee eeve l eee eeee eee he e eeee ee 3 eymene meme eee ee eee eeeeem eeermeeee Neee Emmeeeee we 15 eemeee eeoe eiee mineeee ee ee em emmeyeee EEO Cornstitutional Amendments Thirteenth Amendment Fourteenth Amendment Abolished slavery in the United States Has been applied in cases where discrimination involved the symbols and quotincidentsquot of slavery Forbids the states from taking life liberty or property without due process of law Prevents the states from denying equal protection of discrimination Applies to the decisions or actions of the governm39ent or private groups EEO Legislation Civil Rights Acts 1866 amp 1871 Equal Pay Act 1963 The Civil Rights Act of 1866 granted all p ersons the same property rights as white citizens The Civil Rights Act of 1871 granted all citizens the right to sue in federal court if they feel they have been deprived of some civil right Men and women in an organization doing the same work must be paid equally Equal is defined in terms of skill effort responsibility and working conditions
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