Employment law based on agency principles imposes a duty on an employee to act as
authorized. If the employee exceeds his or her authority, the employer is:
-liable for damages or losses incurred by third parties, while the employee remains liable
Fair Credit Reporting Act Law Brief
Coverage and Prohibition/Requirement
The federal credit reporting act (FCRA) is a federal public law that ensures that your credit
information is private. Anyone has the right to be covered by
Week 13 NLRA Law Brief
Coverage and Prohibition/ Requirements:
Congress created this act in order to protect the rights of employees and
employers in the workforce by encouraging collective bargaining and to curtail specific
1. I let followers know what is expected of them.
2. I maintain a friendly working relationship with subordinates.
3. I consult with subordinates when facing a problem.
4. I listen receptively to subordinates ideas and suggestions.
5. I inform sub
1.) Ill make a research about the in-group and out-group members and its relationship to Carly.
Jack performing rally well Ill examine the reasons why it is working so well.
2.) In-group member probably Jack and out-group members are Terri, Julie
1. I enjoy getting into the details of how things work.
2. As a rule, adapting ideas to peoples needs is easy for me.
3. I enjoy working with abstract ideas.
4. Technical things fascinate me.
5. Being able to understand others is the most important part o
Key: 0=not at all 1=once in awhile 2=sometimes 3=Fairly often 4=Frequently, if
Transformational Leadership styles
Idealized Influence (Attributes) I go beyond self-interest for the good of the group.
Idealized Influence (Behaviors) I consider
LMX 7 Questionnaire
Instructions: This questionnaire contains items that ask you to describe your
relationship with either your leader or one of your subordinates. For each of
the items, indicate the degree to which you think the item is true for you by
Michael had not to handle Lisa different as any other colleagues.
Regulations for equality and diversity.
Code of Conduct.
1.) Gender differences and maybe human capital.
2.) Not to ignore her, and share the
When difficulties emerge in our organization, this leader is good at stepping back and assessing the dynamics of the peop
When events trigger strong emotion responses among employees, this leads uses his/her authority as a leader to resolve
1.) Adaptive challenge
2.) In my opinion the two authors did a great job to maintain focus on the problems. I have only
problems with the names they are published. So protection wasnt an achieved goal, but
maybe it is better so. Im really not an
1.) I think it is reasonable to confront Lucas directly, to delay that could cause more problems.
2.) The coach must talk with Lucas face to face about that. Ask about the background, maybe ask
a professional for help.
3.) Willingness to help an
Situational Leadership Exercises
D4 - A
D1 - C
D3 - C
D2 - B (The correct answer in the Book is C. Why?)
Case Study 5.1
1.) Development level 1 David tried to coach this group, but the directing le
Articulate: Communicates effectively with other
Perceptive: Discerning and insightful
Self-confident: Believes in oneself and ones a
Self-assured: Secure with self, free of doubts
Persistent: Stays fixed on the goals, despite inte
Determined: Takes a
If I would Sandra, I would choose Thomas Santiago.
To select a leader for a group is not an easy task, a leader should have the major positive traits
to fulfill the requirements of his/her position. The trait approach helps to find the
February 16, 2017
Dr. Tom Mobley
Equal Pay Act of 1963
Coverage and Prohibition/Requirement:
Equal Pay Act: The Equal Pay Act of 1963, also known as EPA prohibits employers from
discriminating women and men that work at the same est
February 23. 2017
Pregnancy Discrimination of 1978
Coverage and Prohibition/ Requirement:
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was amended to the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, also known as PDA. The
PDA violates discrimination
February 16, 2017
"What You Should Know about the EEOC and Religious and National Origin Discrimination Involving the
Muslim, Sikh, Arab, Middle Eastern and South Asian Communities." What You Should K
The Diverse Workforce: OLHR 8084
Spring 2015 Course Syllabus
Dr. Donna Chrobot-Mason
Edwards 7136 (Thursday 6:00-8:50)
5120F Edwards One
Thursdays 4:30 -5:45 and
Case #1 Global Manufacturer Hit with Diversity Lawsuits
We were engaged by a large multinational organization in order to help
rebound from and highly visible, very costly Diversity lawsuit.
The companys Global Compliance Officer and Human Reso
Week 1: Introduction to Diversity in
Explore strategies for having difficult conversations
Develop ground rules for the class
Know the book definition for diversity and diversity
Understand the changing demographic
7 Tips to Manage Political Conflict in the Workplace
By: Eric M Ellis
(Ellis is President/CEO of Integrity Development Corp., a firm that helps to build organizational cultures where diversity, inclusion &
respect flourish, which drives sustainable, impro
Week 2: Intro to Group Identity &
Understand Social Identity Theory and why the
social identity groups we belong to are important
Identify conditions under which identity becomes
salient or prominent
Recognize the implicit
Case Study: The Hartford & Mentoring
Founded in 1810, The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. is one of the largest
insurance and investment companies based in the United States, with offices in the
United States, Japan, the United Kingdo
Based on your own knowledge, awareness, and experience, in what ways is diversity important to your
personal, academic, or career goals and how have you successfully leveraged, enhanced, and promoted
diversity and other cross-cultural relationships among
Youve Got Personality!
(Adapted from Whats My SHAPE by Lavern Nissley)
In the space below write your full name (first, middle, last):
Now write your name with your opposite hand:
What happened? When you tried to do something that was not natural to you .
Human Resources Management Term-Project
Topic: Employee Trust
Trust acknowledge into two
points: 1) a willingness to be
vulnerable to another party to
desirable actions even though
Writing Assignment #1 International Human Resource Management
In our society today it is becoming an increasingly important factor to acknowledge and
aim to perfect internationalization and its impact on business. Over the next 5-10 years a
Chapter 11 and 12MB Inclusive Workplace Model Level 1
Chapter 11 An overview of the Inclusive Workplace Model (237):
- DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT AND THE INCLUSIVE WORKPLACE
o A work organization that is not only accepting and utilizing the diversity of