Employment Law Compliance Plan
HRM/531 Human Capital Management
February 10, 2014
To: Bradley Stonefield
Landslide Limousine Service Austin, Texas
From: Atwood and Allen Consulting
Date: February 10, 214
Subject: Employment Law Compliance Plan
As per the conversation, the formulation of an employment law compliance plan is the request. Mr. Bradley is planning to start a limousine service in Austin, Texas. The goal is to have 25 employees within the first of the year of business.
This memo will provide a description of the employment laws and how they should be applied in the company. A brief description of penalties that may arise for noncompliance of the various laws will be evident in the content of the memo. To remain in…show more content… Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 plan is to reduce the number of undocumented immigrants entering the United States for permanent settlement (Fix, and Passel, 2013). The Act required additional resources to join the Border Patrol Enforcement to control the movement of immigrants to the United States. Penalties were imposed to employer's providing employment opportunities to the undocumented employees to discourage illegal immigration. The Act required businesses, such as merchandise companies, hotels, workshops, and general stores hiring undocumented individuals and legalizing the undocumented population settling in the United States. Businesses who are noncompliant with this law result in penalties, such as civil fines, criminal penalties, and prevention from government contracts. Court orders require payments from back pay to the individual’s involved in the discrimination. Courts require employers to hire individuals involved in discrimination cases (Fix, Passel, 2013).
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 The American with Disabilities Act of 1990 is meant for businesses that discriminate against qualified applicants from employment opportunity because of a disability (United States Department of Labor, 2013). Disabilities include walking, talking, hearing, seeing, and learning. The object of the law is to protect persons with disabilities by providing equal