In 1958, any discrimination of race, color, sex, religion, political opinion, national extraction or social origin, which provides unequal treatment under employment. Such determination can only be made after consultation with employer’s representative and worker and/or worker’s union. In 14th April 2004, Employment and Labor Relations Act states that harassment of an employee will be taken as discrimination of color, origin, sex, religion, etc. (Mussa, 2004).
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Impact on Organization
The company has the duty to follow Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) guidelines during the recruitment process. While advertising a job, the employer must have statement of Equal Employment Opportunity at the beginning of the Job description.
No worker / applicant is to be discriminated during recruitment and while working with the company. If such case arises, the company must take stern action against discrimination. The company should adhere to gender equality.
The companies do have policies on hiring HIV patients however it cannot adhere due to other employees will refrain contact and generally working with them.
Health and safety
Occupational Health and safety Act, 2003, defines protecting worker’s health and safety in the workplace (MyWage, 2016a). According to MyWage “The Occupational Safety and Health Authority (OSHA) was established (under Executive Agencies Act No. 30 of 1997) and is the custodian of Occupational Health and Safety Act No.5 of 2003.” (MyWage, 2016b)
The report compiled by the Contractors Registration board said, in the construction industry, the contractors do not provide safety policy and organization structure, accident registers, safe drinking water,