HR Laws Reorganization Plan

Essay by sgtacevedoUniversity, Master'sA, February 2010

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Introduction:As Human Resources professional and head director of the HR Department, it is critical of our success and the Human Resources practice as a valuable role in the operational success of this organization. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is responsible to providing America's workers, employers, job seekers, and retirees with the regulation that govern the compliance federal employment laws and they have. We must ensure of "compliance" which is an important part of the HR Department's efforts to protect the organizations as well as our employees. It is imperative that must take proactive action in our current US operations and overseas.

It's imperative that all Human Resource Site Managers are fully in compliance and have a vast understanding of the new federal and states laws changes as they vary in every state. The HR department is an importance part of the organization, it is also the department that is hit the hardest during merger/acquisition and downsizing.

Successful organizations viewed this department as an integral part of the organization and necessary to the company's growth.

Executive Summary:There are several laws changes in congress to take effect in 2009; therefore, we must act proactively to be prepared to deal with such. Some laws included EEO, human trafficking, immigration protections, the minimum wage, prevailing wages, time off, wages paid, and worker privacy, just to mention a few. Some States in which we operate has adopted the laws and are formulating their own local HR laws as well.

Synopsis: Trends:In today's market, an organization must keep up with trends by promoting change in order to maintain a competitive edge. A trend is defined as the general direction in which something tends to move. Trends can be thought of in different lengths, such as, short, intermediate and long-term. Organizations realized that if HRM managed...