Whatever it is, such activities always constitute the source of protest from the bearers and thereby the hindrance to the progress of the company. There may be number of laws and legislations enacted to protect the interest of the bearers of such issues. But the employer or leader is the sole and prime body to prevent such inactivity right before the outburst of the crisis for the well being of his dependents and also for the benefit of the company.
As Henry Kissinger (1) the task of the leader is to get his people from where they are to where they have not been. So for a leader it is import display varied leadership styles according to the demands of the diverse situations. To prevent the problems like discrimination of workforce and safe guard the interest of the employees the leader has to acquire the tactics like vision, strategy, communication, buy-in, motivation, empowerment etc. Besides he has to plan an overall goal to achieve the thriving end and also he must have precise objectives to gain this goal. Now let us see what may be the goal to be formulated by the leader to achieve a better result where the problem of discrimination arises.
As the problems in the organizations have been growing up, the importance of human rights has also come front. Nowadays the Human right commission is plays a crucial role in tackling the issues arising in the organizations. ...
1. Henry Kissinger US diplomat & scholar; national security advisor 1969-1975; Secretary of State 1973-1977; Nobel Prize in Peace 1973
for a major HRA issue to emerge in the workplace, as most issues which are so important and fundamental that if they arise at all, they are likely to be covered by other laws. Recently a new equality body, the Commission for Equality and Human Rights (CEHR), is expected to begin operations from October 2007. It will be responsible for race, sex, disability, religious, and sexual orientation and age discrimination issues and fulfil the role of a human rights commission. (2)
Now we shall explore the issues related to Discrimination, Health and Safety problems in the organizations in detail. Apart from this, we shall analyze the role of human rights activities in extricating such issues and also we shall bear out some legislation related to this field by probing the relationship with these branches of employment law with the human resource management.
1. Legal provisions concerned with discrimination and health and safety in a legal and business context.
The law relating to European Union fundamental rights enumerates some provision rthe discrimination, safety, and health problems which is mandatory to be followed by each and every organizations for the well being of the employees. As per Article 1 which states that the equality between men and women must be ensured with regard to work and Employment and social protection, the UK law enshrined both the rights by direct reliance upon the European provisions, as well as the Equal Pay Act 1970 and the Sex
Employment Law is mainly dealt with body of laws regarding administrative rulings, and precedents which addresses the legal rights of and restrictions on working people and their organizations. The labor movements have been instrumental in the enacting laws protecting labor rights in the 19th and 20th centuries…
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The Fair Labor Standards
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