If someone is discriminated against and they know that they can’t say anything because they really need that job, than they just take all they their employer has to give. It makes them unhappy, un-social able, and just plain mad at the world. On the other hand, marital status discrimination can also exist. For example, if you are a married woman and are rejected for a position involving frequent overnight trips with male coworkers because it is assumed your husband would be jealous, and the position is offered to a married man It is illegal for your employer to make assumptions based on gender stereotypes, even if those assumptions are motivated in part by your marital status.
On the other hand, other coworkers would not report her so, they could have power over her by blackmailing but this action is against American Correctional Association Code of Ethics, as well. “Members shall treat every professional situation with concern for the welfare of the individuals involved and with no intent to personal gain,” suggesting they are not treating coworkers with respect but to only achieve ‘personal gain’. This action breaks the creed which every correction officer protects which is un-honorable. I believe the best decision is to report her this action will protect myself as well as her in future altercations legally or dealing with
The company had accomplished multiple unfair practices, from interrogating employees to not recognizing their bargaining rights. After reading the case study I couldn't help but side with the union. The way Larry Melton went about finding information from his employees was interrogating and disrespectful. They had valid persuasive arguments against the company including to threaten an employee for refusing to reveal the identities of employees who attended a union meeting. There is no reason Melton should be personally calling multiple employees on finding out who was involved.
There would be a negative publicity on the side of the company because Oiler was just a truck driver and not a manager then they easily fired him for being a cross-dresser which I think is too much since he did very well during work. Most people would think that the company is discriminating homosexuals. It lowers employee morale. Employee morale is based not on how employees are performing, but how they feel about their performance and their role in the
Recently, I was called down to the hotel’s Human Resources Department to be interviewed concerning how impossible the feud has become. I was asked to give some insight into the character of both ladies because the situation had progressed to the point of needing disciplinary action to be taken. Initially, I did not want anything to do with the situation. I would allow both women to vent to me when they needed to but as far as reporting their behavior to management I refused to be involved in. When I was told by my manager that Human
Employees did not trust the company or its supervisors. The company tried to overthrow a labor union that employees had formed to resolve safety problems. The company also put pressure on supervisors to push employees to work harder. Employees did not trust the supervisors
In the case of Marion Shaub, the HR department at FedEx failed by not taking the concerns of their employee seriously. When the initial complaint was filed with Marion's supervisors, a discreet investigation should have been conducted by an impartial party (not her direct supervisors) in order to determine if her concerns were valid. Instead, they put the safety of their employee at risk by not taking any action. In fact, the accused were made aware that these complaints were made against them which caused Marion to begin working in a hostile work environment. When the situation became worse, the supervisors should have been reprimanded or even fired for their lack of action and their involvement with the harassment.
Be prepared to provide them this information. Help move the vehicles If the accident happened on a major road or highway, assist with getting the vehicles off the road safely; if the vehicles are drivable, have the owners drive them to the nearest parking lot or highway shoulder. If the vehicles are disabled, do your best to assist with getting them out of the way to prevent any further accidents from happening. Wait for the police Once the police arrive, they will take over. The wrecker will tow vehicles and the ambulance will transport injured parties if necessary.
She wanted to help the workers and labor union members in fulfilling their labor rights. Thus, the corporate officials were threatened by the strike outs of the labor union members. The management then started to harass and threatened the lives of the labor union members. After all the threatening, the management decided to kill Ka Dencio for he was the leader of the labor unions and they thought killing him would stop all the strike outs the workers are having. But with what happened with Ka Dencio, the labor union members along with Sister Stella L still fought all the way through to fulfill their labor rights and asked for justice in the murder of Ka Dencio.
Everyone related to this company is affected by this situation. Investigators and employees didn’t want to get involves because they didn’t want to investigate their own bosses or be involve in conflicts of interest. I think their claims were reasonable but don’t think action should be taken upon them. But to prevent this issue there should be a policy or clause addressing this issue with its consequences so it doesn’t happen again. 3.