Week 14 nots
Week 14 nots mgmt 3311
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Week 14 notes Chapter 14 What are employee relations The activity of establishing and maintaining the positive employee employer relationships that contribute to satisfactory productivity motivation morale and discipline as well as maintaining a positive productive and cohesive work environment HOW TO IMPROVE THEM BY USING Employee handbooks websites emails and memos Opendoor policies focus groups onine surveys suggestion boxes hotines Ombudsmanombudsperson Exit interviews Award and recognition programs Employee involvement teams Chapter 16 Occupational safety and health act 1970 Passed to ensure safe and healthful working conditions to all workers Created the occupational safety and health administration OSHA What the employer must report What is a citation Summons informing employers and employees of the regulations and standards that have been violated in the workplace Inspection priorities There is a worst rst approach What happens during an inspection Penalties range from 5000 to 150000 for willful or repeat serious violations by can be far higher The responsibilities of employers providing a workplace free from recognized hazards The rights of employers seek advice and offsite consultation from OSHA The responsibilities of employees complying with all applicable OSHA standards Week 14 notes The rights of employees demand safety and health on the job without fear of punishment Dealing with employee resistance What causes accidents Chance occurrences Unsafe conditions and other work related factors Unsafe acts HEALTH HAZARDS Chemicals and industrial hygiene Alcoholism and substance abuse Workplace smoking Stress burnout and depression Computerrelated ergonomic problems Repetitive motion disorders Infectious diseases VIOLENCE AT WORK Heighten security measures Improve employee screening Use workplace violence training Aspects of basic security program Terrorism and other major disasters such as natural disasters