Legal, Safety, and Regulatory Requirements Paper

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Legal, Safety, and Regulatory Requirements Paper
Sarah Falsey
HCS/341
December 3, 2012
Jasline Knox

Legal, Safety, and Regulatory Requirements Paper
With respects to prevention it is imperative to the legal materials than it is to looking at solving complications after the fact for one’s that are existing. Preventive measures (PM) are a better alternative than trying to fix complications. When establishments do not take the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws seriously, and they do not have any preventive measures to stop things that can lead to legal actions they will always have a problematic and a less than efficient establishment.
The EEO Commission services have wilted away for six years because companies are putting
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The employer must conduct an internal investigation by interviewing the parties involved and witnesses. The article also mentions the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the Age Discrimination Act of 1967 to explain the root of the guidelines, and gives further analysis using different clarification approaches to clarify the legal concerns involved. In order to describe prevention methods, the article straightforwardly states what a manager prerequisites. Training and informing the employees is the law. The article’s approach and statements mentioned how to deal with legal matters and to make sure that they are valid. Managing harassment and discrimination problems is not only a responsibility, but also makes good business sense. Maintaining a workplace free of discrimination and harassment by doing whatever is necessary to prevent complaints from occurring in the first place, and stopping them before they reach the level of lawsuits are acceptable methods of dealing with legal issues.
Even though Sarah have not yet encountered sexual harassment or other discrimination litigation problems in her current job, such cases were very common in several other organizations that she has worked for. One common thing in these organizations was that she personally did not receive any training regarding Equal Employment Opportunity laws. The information presented about these laws, in her current organization was printed on a poster and posted in the
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