Chapter_4_Human_Resources

Chapter_4_Human_Resources - H R an abbreviation for Human...

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Human Resources Human Resources H. R. – an abbreviation for Human Resources. Involves all employee related activities in the hotel. Job Descriptions – the list of tasks that an employee must be able to effectively perform. Job Specifications – the list of personal qualities judged necessary for successful performance of the job.
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Employee Selection Employee Selection Bonified Occupational Qualifications (BOQs) – Qualifications to perform a job that are judged reasonable necessary to safety or adequately perform all tasks within the job. Interviews – Testing – Background checks – References –
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Hotel Law Hotel Law Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 – Interstate Commerce – hotels with 15 or more staff members cannot discriminate against employees or others on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin. Interstate Commerce – the commercial trading or transportation of people or property that occurs between and/or among states.
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Hotel Law Hotel Law Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) – prohibits discrimination against persons with disabilities who are seeking employment. (reasonable accommodations) Age Discrimination Employment Act (ADEA) – applies to employers with 20 or more staff members and protects individuals 40 years of age or older from employment discrimination based on age.
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Hotel Law Hotel Law Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 – prohibits employers from knowingly hiring illegal persons to work in the United States. Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 – protects young workers from employment that interferes with their education and/or is potentially hazardous to their health or well- being.
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Employment Relations Employment Relations At-Will Employment – the employment relationship that exists when employers can hire any employee as they choose and dismiss that employee with or without cause at any time. The employee can also elect to work for the employer or terminate the work relationship anytime he or she chooses.
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Law in the Workplace Law in the Workplace Employment Agreement – a document specifying the terms of the work relationship between the employer and employee that
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