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Legal Issues in Human Resource Management

Details: Safety issues have been one of the leading concerns among the leadership team at Elora Jean & Co. There have been a few minor accidents in the past 18 months, and very recently, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) came to the facility to conduct an investigation. There were no formal violations cited; however, Elora Jean & Co. was advised to develop a comprehensive safety policy and provide formal safety education for employees.

The owner has asked for your input on a policy that would protect the company from safety claims submitted to OSHA.

Considering the guidelines for employers under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, what do you feel will be important to include and why? What OSHA requirements and legal ramifications might apply to the Malaysian facility? Prepare a summary of your recommendations for the owner.

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//Before writing about the various legal issues in the field of the HRM, we have to understand the concept of managing human resources. We should know that HRM is not an easy job and various aspect affect the legal and ethical consideration of HRM. //

Introduction

Today safety is the key issue for the employees of the organization and they are much concerned about the safety measures of the organization. There are various legal issues involved in the human resource management of Elora Jean & Co. In this paper I am going to analyze the guidelines of Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 and recommend the necessary guideline, which is important for the organization to solve the problem of workplace safety. There is an analysis of all the OSHA requirements & legal ramifications and their implementation in the organization on the basis of their applicability within the organizational conditions.

//Moving to the next direction of the paper, I am discussing about the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, which is a regulation to bound the HR to perform under the legal considerations and do not breach the code of the conduct of the organization. //

Analysis of OSH Act guidelines for employers

The Occupational Safety and Health act of 1970 consists of many guidelines for employers, which are necessary for the employer in order to develop and implement ...

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