1986 Immigration Reform Control Act 1990 American with Disabilities Act 1991

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1986 Immigration Reform & Control Act 1990 American with Disabilities Act 1991 Civil Rights Act (permits suing employers against discrimination) 1993 Family and Medical Act 1996 Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act [HIPPA] (buy new insurance when changing jobs regardless of preexisting health conditions) 2003 Sarbanes-Oxley Act (Prevent employers from firing snitches of federal crimes) 2007 Fair Minimum Wage 2010 Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act (50+ employees must provide healthcare) The National Labor Relations Board enforces these. Sexual Harassment (2 types): a) Quid pro quo: if you are being put on the spot when getting hired or getting promoted (or keeping job)
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UNLV – MGT 301 – CHAPTER 9 NOTES b)Hostile: When people don’t necessarily harm you, but you feel uncomfortable, such as someone that has calendars of naked chicks in their work placeUnions 2013? (This is important believe it or not) 11.3% full time6.7% Private sector35.3% Public SectorThe rest of the material in unions just remember that closed shops are illegal (those that require you to join a union in order to get hired) CH10 Organizational Change and Innovation Disruptive Innovation : something that starts small, but then moves quickly up and disrupts competitors. Reactive Change: Solve problems as they arrive Proactive Change: Plan how to solve problems Adaptive Change: Reintroduction of a familiar practice Innovative Change : Introduce something new to the firm Radically Innovative Change: Introduce something new to the industry Kotters 8 steps for learning change: a) Establish Urgency b) Create Coalition of leaders c) Develop Vision and Strategy d) Communicate the Change Vision e) Empower Action f) Generate Short-term wins g) Wrap up and produce more change h) Anchor new approaches in the culture Organizational Development (OD): Implement planned change to increase efficiency How OD Works: a) Diagnosis b) Intervention c) Evaluation d) Feedback 6 Seeds of innovation: a) Hard Work in Specific Direction b) Hard Work with Direction Change c) Curiosity d) Wealth and Money e) Necessity
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UNLV – MGT 301 – CHAPTER 9 NOTES f) Combination of a-e Core innovations: optimize products for existing customers Transformational Innovations: creating something that doesn’t exists CH11 Managing Individual Differences & Behavior 5 Personality Dimensions: a) Extroversion b) Agreeableness (how much you trust others) c) Conscientiousness (how responsible you are) d) Emotional Stability (how relaxed you are, question on this) e) Openness to Experience (how creative you are) Core Self Eval: a) Self-Efficacy (ability to do something) b) Self-esteem c) Locus of Control (how much do you control your fate) d) Emotional Stability *** Question on this Guaranteed*** 3 components of attitudes a) Affective: I feel (how you feel about a situation) b) Cognitive: I believe (what you believe in a situation) c)
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