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Due Process and Ewings 7 Guidelines Defined

Describe the term "Due Process" and relate it to its use in business as well as government. Include the 7 guidelines by Ewing and provide examples of each that are different from what is in the textbook. Trace the process inside of an organization to ensure fairness.

Henderson, Richard I. (2006). Compensation Management in a Knowledge-Based World (10th Edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall

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In business, due process means that there are systems in place inside the organization that ensure employees can get justice if they have a problem or grievance. Typically, companies that practice due process for employees will have a board or some type of committee that is a cross functional mix of unbiased employees that can hear the employees argument and the companies rebuttal. Upon hearing a case, this committee will then make a decision as to which party is right or wrong and the company is obligated to follow that recommendation (Henderson, 2006).

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In business, due process means that there are systems in place inside the organization that ensure employees can get justice if they have a problem or grievance. Typically, companies that practice due process for employees will have a board or some type of committee that is a cross functional mix of unbiased employees that can hear the employees argument and the companies rebuttal. Upon hearing a case, this committee will then make a decision as to which party is right or wrong and the company is obligated to follow that recommendation (Henderson, 2006).

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