A primary focus of this paper is the Uniformed Services Employment and Re-employment Rights Act (U.S.E.R.R.A.)-- an extensive revision of an old Veterans Re-employment Rights Act of 1940, which contains many new rights and responsibilities for reservists and their employers.
This 7 page paper argues that the incorporation of the 360 degree management system during a time of transition will result in meeting or exceeding previously met goals in terms of employee productivity and company profits.
In order to understand its' impact the earlier theories of scientific management postulated by Taylor are examined, and then the way in which the work environment has changed are discussed including such factors as employee empowerment, job rotation and enrichment and social initiatives.
Some employers are beginning to test employees for drugs immediately following workplace accidents, however, and are having good results in identifying and removing problem employees until they are either drug free or terminated, and finding an added benefit of reductions in worker's compensation insurance premiums.
Writer argues that employers should be allowed to mandate the tests but also that they must be responsible for ensuring that they use the most accurate equipment available.
The paper looks at Craig Hickman's eight criteria for a successful, empowering technology and demonstrates how the use of Internet technologies in the human resource field fulfills all criteria.
The writer discusses how these elements are far more important to a family when the woman is the primary bread winner, inasmuch as women have to continually fight for their fair share in the workplace.
The writer defines reverse discrimination, outlines how it affects managers, and describes the California's Proposition 209 that purports to address reverse discrimination.
This paper, written as though a Human Relations manager were doing a paper on a client, will help the student to understand what it is to be a Human Relations Manager in the organizational structure of the corporate world.
In addition, this paper also explores the potential of the reflective practitioner model for personal and professional development in the Offshore Safety profession.
This paper proposes that monthly Friday afternoons provide the setting for employee-led glimpses into national and ethnic cultures in the forms of food, dance, games, stories and particularly music.
The paper has a discussion of Management By Objective and its usefulness for short-term projects such as opening new stores, along with an organizational chart and two communications diagrams.
In today’s ‘eat-on-the-freeway’ modern corporate society – wherein often not even one error is permitted -- management needs to discover the magic pill that yields a productive and educated workforce.
For those working in areas which are subject to possible dangerous elements, it is only through the knowledge and determination of the leadership and the effectiveness of that leadership to make the employee feel capable, that one can truly feel secure in knowing that the workplace environment is a safe and supportive one.
In this very detailed 16 page research paper, the writer explores how adult college education has become symbolic of job opportunity/qualification & improvement yet at the same time, the meaning of a college degree has become less and less significant over the years.
The UAW and GM's Saturn Division had enjoyed a symbiotic relationship for years, with each side working for the long-term benefit of the company while protecting workers' rights, as well as their responsibilities.