Human Resources Analysis

1344 words 6 pages
Human Resources Analysis
Savannah Hayes
SEC 370

Debbie Travis

Human Resources Analysis In the United States there are many labor laws that the cooperate world must up hold by, these laws seem complicated but are actually quite simple once you break them down. For instance, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) of 1938, as amended, provides for minimum standard for that of both wages and overtime entitlements by employees, and spells out the administrative procedures that needs to be taken by which covered all work time must be compensated for. FLSA also includes provisions related to child labor laws, equal pay, and portal-to-portal activities (U.S. Office of Personnel Management, 2009). Most Illinois employers are covered
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However, exempt employees in Illinois in most cases do not fall under these standards and employers are not required to pay overtime wages for time worked over the 40 hour work week. As for security professionals in Illinois are in most cases classified as being exempt and non-exempt employees all depending on what kind of work they do and who they work for. The entry level positions in the security industry like guards, supervisors, and lower level managers are paid by an hourly wage earnings and there as classified as being non-exempt employees. These positions requires their employers to provide them with overtime at the rate of time and a half for any hours that are worked over their 40 hour work weeks, which also include federal holidays, as for the non-exempt employees of Illinois are also entitled to paid time off according to the length of service time put into the employer. The non-exempt employees qualify for this time and a half because these positions involve the employees to perform tasks that are covered under the Fair Labor Standards Act such as performing daily routine tasks, and that of non-managerial activities, while with the use of uniforms. The provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act are relevant to entry-level and lower management security professionals in Illinois because of the fact there are case where and when high school students work for


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