Employment Law, business and finance assignment help

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Use the Internet to research whether or not your state abides by the employment-at-will doctrine (e.g., public policy, implied contract and / or good faith). (My state is Virginia) Activity 2 Information

Using the link below and the instructions provided to answer the questions below:

  • Using the first e-Activity, choose two (2) employment laws, and examine the impact of each law on human resources management (HRM). Support your response with specific examples of each selected law’s impact on HRM.

http://www.dol.gov/opa/aboutdol/lawsprog.htm. Activity 1 link

  • Using the second e-Activity, illustrate one (1) specific example of any statute (e.g., Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, American with Disabilities Act [ADA], the Family Medical Leave Act [FMLA], or other statutes) that prohibits an organization from exercising its employment-at-will rights. Specify the rights that an employee could most successfully exercise against an organization for violating the selected statute.

Use the Internet to research whether or not your state abides by the employment-at-will doctrine (e.g., public policy, implied contract and / or good faith). (My state is Virginia) Activity 2 Information

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School: Duke University

Attached.

Running Head: EMPLOYMENT LAW

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Employment law
Student Name
Institution Affiliation:
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EMPLOYMENT LAW

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First e-Activity
The employment law is a comprehensive area incorporating all extents of the employeeemployer association excluding the negotiation procedure which is under the collective
bargaining and labor law. The two employment laws that I choose are the Fair Labor Standards
Act (FLSA) and the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act which are a part of a larger
group of employment laws.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) entails the establishment of recordkeeping,
minimum wages for labor, and youth standards for employment as well as overtime payments.
The law affects all the employers in state, local or federal government as well as in the private
sector. There are two types of workers governed by the FLSA, the exempt who are not entitled to
overtime payments and the nonexempt who are. The workers who have a pay of less than $455
per week ($23,6...

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