Role of the United States Constitution

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James Madison, who was known as the father of the Constitution, was the first to arrive in Philadelphia for the Constitutional Convention. The Constitution was created to a government with enough power to act on one platform, and guarantee certain rights for people. According to Henry Cheeseman (2007), in order to accomplish this task, three branches were formed. These three branches of government are the legislative branch, which is often referred to as Congress; the executive branch, which is often referred to as president; and the last branch, the judicial branch, which is commonly referred to as the courts. In order to ensure no branch would be more powerful than the other, checks and balances were built into the Constitution. Today’s paper will discuss my company insurance benefits as it relates to same sex marriage, and also illustrate the role of the United States Constitution plays in my company today.

Flowserve Corporation is a global supplier in pumps, seals and valve employing more than 14,000 employees in 56 different countries. Since Flowserve is recognized globally for their products, it is important our services are exceptional. Flowserve specializes in providing products from oil and gas, to water and liquid based solutions. In order for Flowserve as a company to accomplish making a profit at the end of the day, great talent must be hired in order to fill the necessary job requirements. One of the roles of the human resource department in any company is to find talent and people being hired for the position they were hired to do. Once talent is discovered, another role of the human resource department is to ensure an employee as successfully completed all forms during the onboarding process. During this process, various benefits are discussed including health insurance. According to Cheeseman (2007) the Fourteenth...