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Unformatted text preview: ic business partner, change agent, and employee advocate are increasing.” (Noe et. al, 2010, p. 9) 18 5/12/13 So, what does it all mean?  Consider the changes in HR in the context of worldwide change.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpEnFwiqdx8 19 1 Until Next Time . . .  Feel free to contact me any time at [email protected] 4 So, what does it all mean?  Consider the changes in HR in the context of worldwide change. 18 5/12/13  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpEnFwiqdx8 19 1 2 Until Next Time . . .  Feel free to contact me any time at [email protected]  954-262-5116 20 References  Bank, D. (2007). Bureau of Labor Statistics: Ranks of older workers growing fast. http://www.encore.org/news/bureaulabor-statistics Bureau of Labor Statistics, (2010) Union members summary. (http://www.bls.gov/news.release/union2.nr0.htm  Gurchiek, K. (2010). Post recession SHRM poll shows glimmer of economic revival. http://www.shrm.org/Publications/HRNews/Pages/ GlimmerOfRevival.aspx  Noe, R. A., Hollenbeck, J. R., Gerhart, B. & Wright, P. M. (2010). Human Resource Management, McGraw Hill Irwin.  Ten changes that rocked HR. (2005). HRMagazine, 50(13), pp 36-44  U.S. minorities will be the majority by 2042, Census Bureau says (2008) http://www.america.gov/st/diversity-english/ 2008/August/20080815140005xlrennef0.1078106.html 21 The Interaction of Law and HR Jane Whitney Gibson HRM 5030 Video # 2 22 1950s: Before HR Laws  Presumption of at-will employment  Federally protected unionization (National Labor Relations Act) 1935  Fair Labor Standards Act (sets minimum wage and overtime requirements – 1938)  Employers commonly made employment decisions based on sex, race or national origin  Unions elicited “just cause” clause. 5 Video # 2 22 1950s: Before HR Laws 5/12/13  Presumption of at-will employment  Federally protected unionization (National Labor Relations Act) 1935  Fair Labor Standards Act (sets minimum wage and overtime requirements – 1938)  Employers commonly made employment decisions based on sex, race or national origin  Unions elicited “just cause” clause. 23 1960s: Civil Rights  1963: Equal Pay Act  1964: Title VII of Civil Rights Act prohibited discrimination in any aspect of employment based on race, color, sex, national origin or religion.  1965: Executive Order 11246 required affirmative action of Federal contractors.  1967: Age Discrimination in Employment Act protected employees over 40. 24 1970s: Sex, Safety and Collective Action  1970: Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) required copious HR paperwork  1974: Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) set standards for reporting and disclosure of employee benefits.  1978: The concept of sexual harassment first appeared in case law 25 1970s, cont.  1978: Pregnancy Discrimination Act outlawed using pregnancy as the basis for employment decisions  Beginning of class action suits  HR spets evolved including safety and benefit groups in HR  HR (“Personnel”) increased in importance and visibility 26 1980s: Layoffs and Individual Rights  Acceleration of union decline  1981: Reagan fired striking air traffic controllers.  Mid 1980s: Massive layoffs  Late 1980s: Stocks crashed and economy worsened.  1986: Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act 6 pregnancy...
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