Legal, ethical and hr issues for a company, Business Law and Ethics

As a senior HR officer in Catastrophe Concepts HR department, you have been asked by George Chapel to prepare a management briefing regarding the situation. Your report should:

  • Advise Mr Chapel of the best way for HR to handle the situation,
  • Offer advice to the marketing manager on how she should approach the problem in regard to her staff, and
  • Make recommendations regarding what should be done about Mr McGuire. Your report should address the legal, ethical and HR issues implied by the case.

It should be a confidential report for the HR manager and be presented as a suitably professional document. It is expected that your discussion will refer to appropriate models and theories covered in this course. The assessment criteria should give you a clear indication of what you need to include in this assignment. The report should include an effective introduction and conclusion; an executive summary of no more than one page to preface the report: and a table of contents to give guidance to the reader.

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