Scenario Two: Cost Club Human Resources Department
University of Phoenix
HRM/546 Human Resource Law
Instructor: Christopher Fletcher
February 26, 2010
The new assistant manager (AM) receives an e-mail from his the HR manager Pat Fletcher requesting downsizing the HR department from eight employees to five. He wants recommendations of the three selected employees to be terminated. An explanation of what principles of employment laws that might apply to the three employees. What action should management take in preparation if any of the three employee file discrimination case and chances of the company win. Recommended Employees Indentified for termination
I have identified the employee for termination based on their work experience and job function that could be assimilated by the rest of the five remaining employees in the Human resource (HR) department. The following are: •Diane/Ten years of service- records specialist handling the health care issues and compensation matters for the company. •Greg/Five years of service- have learned to do complex work however, not trained in real HR work. He has helped in the tech hiring process for the company. •Horatio/Six months of service- has been place in the HR department and has learned the basic of health and insurance however, not a full experienced employee in this area. The three employees identified are 2 male and one female. The principle employment law that are relevant to all three employees is Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964- which prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
Possible Discrimination case against Cost Club
The possible three types of discrimination cases filed from any of the identified employees would be: •Race Discrimination-Horatio is Hispanic and the newest member of the HR department. He would have to prove because he is Hispanic and limited English language that the company is terminating...
References: Bennett-Alexander, D. D. & Hartman, P. L. (2007). Employment law for business (5th Ed.). New York: McGraw–Hill.
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