benefits including pay and promotion Hostile Environment Created by Supervisors

Benefits including pay and promotion hostile

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benefits including pay and promotion Hostile Environment Created by Supervisors o The existence of the hostile environment without tangible consequences is enough o In one case the employee proved emotional and psychological trauma even though there was no “ loss of pay, promotion, or status o Performance was still hindered due to the hostile environment o In another case, female employees were required to wear a provocative uniform though equal peer male counterparts were not
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o The employer could not show there was a job related necessity for the uniform for females only Hostile Environment Created by Co-Workers or Non-Employees o The advance don’t have to be made by the supervisor to qualify as sexual harassment o The employer is liable for the harassing acts of its non-supervisory employees if the employer knew or should have known of the conduct Courts do not interpret as sexual harassment any consensual sexual relationships that arise during the course of employment but that do not have an impact on that employment Methods of collecting job analysis info: -Interviews: individual, group, supervisor, distortion possible due to outright lies and even unintentional misunderstandings -Questionnaires : can be very structured with lists of specific duties to choose from and may consist of open ended questions with little structure -Observations : useful when job consists of observable physical activity and not un measurable mental activity -Participant Diary/logs : a chronical format tends to mediate against exaggeration and is used best in conjunction with other methods Personal Responsibility and Welfare Reconciliation Act of 1996: attempted to prompt employers to implement welfare to work programs with a variety of diminishing subsidies. Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978: Prohibits employers from: Stipulating the beginning and ending dates of a pregnant employee’s maternity leave. Refusing to hire pregnant applicants as long as they can perform the major functions of the job. Providing health insurance that does not cover pregnancy or imposes high costs for pregnancy coverage. Limiting pregnancy benefits to married workers. Discriminating between men and women regarding pregnancy benefits. Recruiting tools: advertising , two issues
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o the media to be used local papers technical journals various internet sources long lead times for print ads is a drawback depends on the type of position for which you’re recruiting o construction of the advertisement there is a science to this like any other marketing campaign employment agencies , three types o federal, state, and local agencies o those associated with non-profit organizations o privately owned agencies reasons to use an agency your company doesn’t have an HR department or skilled recruiters you have found it difficult to generate a pool of qualified candidates an opening needs to be filled quickly you need to target minority or female candidates
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