Minority Labor Relations
This paper is a literature review about minority labor relations with employees and suppliers especially in the healthcare industry.
# 92653 | 12,190 words | 34 sources | APA | 2007 |
Published on Feb 26, 2007 in Business (Industries) , Ethnic Studies (North American) , Business (Human Resources)
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This paper explains that companies can help protect themselves from unfair labor relations accusations by having a clear human resources policy in place and always acting in good faith with employees, distributors, customers and suppliers. The author points out that the greatest economic problem in regards to discrimination in healthcare is the concern as to whether high management at many healthcare organizations are actually aware that many of their employees are not treating people equally when it comes to treatment, hiring practices, promotions and other issues. The paper relates that discrimination often is very hard to prove because there are ways to disguise it and make it look like something else; therefore, individuals discriminated against based on their race often have no recourse.
From the Paper:"Strategy is a very important element in decision making, and an organization needs to know where it is going before it tries to go. Otherwise, it will often flounder because it had no specific vision for the future. Decision making is very closely tied to conflict, in that it is often groups that make the decisions for an organization. This is especially important for companies that are involved in fields such as technology, since this field is rapidly changing and decisions that could make or break a company are literally made on an almost daily basis."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Are You Acting In Good Faith? 17 June 2002. AHI's Employment Law Resource Center. <http://www.ahipubs.com/singleissue/plan17102.html>.
- Atkinson, D.R., Maruyama, M. & Matsui, S. (1978). The effects of counselor race and counseling approach on Asian-Americans perceptions of counselor credibility and utility. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 25, 76-83.
- Atkinson, D.R. & Matsushita, Y.J. (1991). Japanese-American acculturation, counseling style, counselor ethnicity, and perceived counselor credibility. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 38, 473-478.
- Bethel, Sheila Murray. "Decisions, Decisions, Decisions." Food Management. (December, 1999). <http://www.findarticles.com/cf_0/m0BGE/12_34/58544732/p1/ article.jhtml?term=%22organizational+behavior%22+and+%22decision+making%22>.
- Copeland, H. H. (1995). Getting the elementary teaching job you really want! (job searching for African Americans)(includes related article). Vol. 26, The Black Collegian, 26, 120-124.
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