Healthcare Human Resource management

May 12th, 2015
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Evaluate key features of Title VII, Equal Pay Act, American Disabilities Act, Family Medical Leave Act, and Health Insurance Portability and Affordability Act in terms of their effects on the Human Health care Management field. Predict the next legislative act that you believe will have the greatest impact on HR, managers, and employees. Justify your answer accordingly. Part 2 on separate page Suggest two possible strategies to improve ethics codes within health care organizations. Provide specific examples to support your rationale. Compare and contract key factors that can increase the risk for bullying behavior in the workplace, specifically between physicians and nurses. Propose two methods to reduce common forms of bullying within the health care industry

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Healthcare Human Resource ManagementKey Features & Effects on Human Healthcare ManagementTitle VII of the Civil Rights ActTitle VII of the Civil Rights Act was signed in 1964 to eliminate discriminations in employmentsbased on religion, ethnicity, gender, cast and nationality. The Act ensures equal rights ofemployment to every citizen of America. Any federal, state or private organization containingmore than fifteen employees is bound to abide Title VII Act of the Civil Rights of 1964 [SHRM(2014)].Title VII provides guarantee of employment regardless of the religious or culturaldiscriminations in healthcare management. Professionals from different parts of the world canjoin hands for one greater cause improving public health and discover cures for humanityirrespective of the human classification.Equal Pay ActEqual Pay Act of 1963 stressed a major reform in gender discrimination in employment. Womenwere paid far less than men for the same piece of work completed the same way a man would doit. Equal Pay Act regulates employers to pay equal amount of pay to men and women for thesame task. This Act empowers women as well men to work shoulder to shoulder because if oneperson is paid more than the other for same position, it uproots factors like jealousy, pride, andinferiority complex and as a result, they start finding unethical means to earn more [ShawnGrimsley (2014)].American Disabilities ActAmerican Disabilities Act guarantees the rights of employments

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