Employment Law Compliance Plan

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Employment Law Compliance Plan Donna Allaire HRM/531 July 8, 2013 Professor James Scholes MEMORANDUM TO: Traci Goldman FROM: DATE: Subject: Employment Laws Regarding your request, I am to formulate an employment law compliance plan for a Mr. Bradley Stonefield. It is my understanding that Mr. Stonefield is planning to open a limousine service in Austin, Texas. The limousine service will be made up of 25 employees within the first year. This memo will examine employment laws as well as how these laws are applied. I will also examine the penalties of noncompliance of the different laws. There are diverse employment laws an organization must follow to stay in compliance. If these laws are not followed by the organization,…show more content…
If an organization does not post this information in the office where employees have access to view this information, is subject to a $100 fine. If an organization refuses leave to an employee and the employee has to pay to have someone be there for an ill family member, the employer could be responsible to reimburse the employee for the out-of-pocket expenses (Mayhew, 2013). Sexual Harassment The final topic I want to deliberate on is sexual harassment in the place of work. Sexual harassment should not be taken casually. Sexual harassment is unwanted sexual advances, demand of sexual favoritisms, and further oral, or physical behavior of a sexual occurrence. Sexual harassment is considered illegal because it causes productivity problems in the workplace. There are particular steps a manager needs to keep an eye on in the case of sexual harassment. The manager needs to supply written warnings first. The next step is suspension, demotion, and termination of employment (Cascio, 2013, p. 99). The organization, when opened is supplied a poster for display in the office about sexual harassment. Posting this for all employees to review is the responsibility of the employer. If the employer is not in compliance with the laws and regulation of the sexual harassment, he or she could pay a big price for the wrong-doing. Sexual harassment in the workplace in the state of Texas is unlawful. The public law on sexual harassment is the Texas
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