Administrative Ethics Paper

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Administrative Ethics Paper
Shannon Carpenter
HCS/335
February 16, 2015

Administrative Ethics Paper When developing an effective strategy and rewards compensation plan one must produce a policy that executes the plan successfully. The Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws allows the human resources professionals to hire the high qualified staff by selecting the right candidates for interviews, and giving the best job offers without discriminating against any candidates. Affirmative Action prevents discrimination among race, creed, religion, and sex. According to State of South Carolina (2009), “Affirmative action is an effort to develop a systematic approach to
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A facially neutral employment practice does not appear to be discriminatory on its face; rather is discriminatory in its application or effect (p. 1). Some examples of practices that may be subject to a disparate impact dispute include written tests, height and weight requirements, educational requirements, and one-sided measures, such as interviews (HR Guide, 1999). According to Labor notes (2009), "Some examples of disparate treatment: • Suspending worker A for speeding while giving no punishment to worker B. • Firing worker A for absenteeism while allowing other substance-abusing employees to enter treatment programs • Firing worker A for fighting while allowing worker B to enter a last-chance agreement. • Firing worker A after a single warning, while giving worker B two warnings before firing” (p. 2). The Harrison Corporation staff and HR professionals should be knowledgeable on all the administrative issues that are associated with the staffing and rewards plan. With the knowledge on the current and future administrative issues, this can help to have a successful compensation plan and a growing company. Now more than ever is the time to care about the privacy of our medical information. Intimate details shared between Doctor’s and patients are

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