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Human Resources Management. Staffing Process. Involves:. Planning for Attracting Developing Retaining employees. Federal Laws in HR. Title VII of Civil Rights Act (1964) Prohibits discrimination on basis of Race Religion Color Sex National origin. Federal Laws in HR.
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Human Resources Management Staffing Process
Involves: • Planning for • Attracting • Developing • Retaining • employees
Federal Laws in HR • Title VII of Civil Rights Act (1964) • Prohibits discrimination on basis of • Race • Religion • Color • Sex • National origin
Federal Laws in HR Civil Rights Act of 1991 Provide possible compensation & punitive damages for discrimination
Federal Laws in HR • Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 • Prohibits discrimination against people between 40-70 and restricts mandatory retirement
Federal Laws in HR • Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 • Prohibits discrimination based on physical or mental disability
Federal Laws in HR • Equal Pay Act of 1963 • Requires men & women be paid the same for equal work
Federal Laws in HR • Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993 • Employers with 50 or more employees to provide up to 12 weeks unpaid leave for family (childbirth, adoption) or medical reasons
Federal Laws in HR • Occupational Safety & Health Act of 1970 • Mandatory safety & health standards in organizations • Regulated by OSHA
Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 introduced major changes to the regulation of financial practice and corporate governance requires publicly traded companies to disclose whether they have adopted a code of ethics for senior officers.
Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations • FSGO of 1991 • "FSGO set minimum standards in order to lessen penalties if an organization is found responsible for misconduct • Although voluntary, many companies comply with FSGO, which requires implementation of a code of conduct, ethics training, high-level oversight, establishment of an ethical culture and periodic measurement of program effectiveness
Activities • 1. Describe recruiting sources of candidates for jobs and the selection process. • Explain what orientation and training and development of employees involves. • Explain the two types of performance appraisal • Developmental performance appraisal • Evaluative performance appraisal