Ethical Dilemma

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Ethical Issues in HR : Week 6|
Legal and Ethical Issues|
6/10/2012|

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Table of Contents:
Introduction
History of Human Resources
Education
Privacy Issue
Employment Issues
Discrimination
Disciplinary Issues
Summary
References

Introduction
Human resource was developed to be a support system for employers and employees alike. A human resource department is an important component to any business big or small. The human resource team is responsible for personnel sourcing and hiring, applicant tracking, skills development and tracking, benefits administration and compliance with government regulations. With the different responsibilities of the HR department, there are many opportunity for ethical dilemmas to arise and compromises the dignity of the team. Some common ethical dilemmas are Privacy Issue, Employment Issues, Discrimination and Disciplinary Issues. History of Human Resources

Since the beginning of an organized establishment, there has been a Human resources team. The terminology used to describe the role and function of workers has evolved from "personnel" to "industrial relations" to "employee relations" to "human resources." The history of learning reveals that training and education in a work related environment is how to help ensure growth in the company. The Society for Human Resources, formally known as American Society of or Personnel Administration, was was founded in 1984 by a small group that anticipated the need for a national organization to represent the personnel profession. Education

The educational backgrounds of human resources, training, and labor relations managers and specialists vary considerably because of the diversity of duties and levels of responsibility. Many colleges and universities have programs leading to a degree in personnel, human resources, or labor relations. Some offer degree programs in human resources administration or human resources management, training and development, or...
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