1Running Head: ACTIVITY 6: EMPLOYMENT COMPLIANCE MEMODaphanny C. BakerGA1900096MB655 Business LawLesson 6: Employment Law08/07/21
2Running Head: ACTIVITY 6: EMPLOYMENT COMPLIANCE MEMO“Laws continue to be enacted, and the regulatory environment has become more complex due to unacceptable conduct remediation. Consequently, entities continue to be compelled to demonstrate compliance with legal mandates through documented assurance assessments.”― Robert E. DavisActivity 6: Employment Compliance MemoPart A:An overview of key legal employment rules that apply to the company.Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) in a company is human rights and labor in the workplace.This figure may be small, but the vast majority of civil standards, industry codes, and joint codes address the same primary elements. The International Labor Organization (ILO) is where the important concepts explaining the basics of labor standards start. In accordance with performance standards, employees' rights should always be protected while business progress is sought through their employment work. Personnel is an asset of value for any company. The relationship between workers and managers is critical to the long-term viability of a business. Employee retention and commitment can be jeopardized if a solid worker-manager relationship isn't established and nurtured. As long as managers treat workers fairly and demonstrate authority by providing a safe and healthy work environment, the company may see tangible benefits, such as an increase in productivity and skills.
3Running Head: ACTIVITY 6: EMPLOYMENT COMPLIANCE MEMOLimitation on Employment At-WillAt-will employment gives entrepreneurs more flexibility in terminating employees if necessary or if the organization desires it. Except for Montana, every state in the United States recognizes the right to work and be terminated at will. A great deal of at-will dismissals is supported by a law that favors the employer over the worker. Anyone can be fired by a company, with or without notice, and no one is held accountable for their actions after they leave. Managers or organizations that dismiss employees without cause are frequently sued. As a result of the judge'sbeliefs and local rules, many of these employees are unwavering in their resolve, while others have been shaken.