Human Resources Management: Self Reflection On Human Resource Management

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Register to read the introduction… “Compensation and benefits is a sub-discipline of human resources, focused on employee compensation and benefits policy-making” (IVANCEVICH, 2010). This is the reason why successful companies are able to succeed; it is the good benefits that attracted well qualified employees. Most people find jobs or stay at jobs for these reasons, whether it’s the pay check that they bring home or the insurance to take care of their family if the unthinkable happens. For me the compensation and benefits is one of the reasons that will keep me in the military. Not only do I get the privilege to serve my country but I also get the perks that come with. The Army’s basic compensation and benefits are: military pay raises, 30 days of annual leave, federal tax advantage, housing allowances, station allowances, cost of living allowances, basic allowance for subsistence, retirement after 20 years of service and education (AFPC,2008). There are many more benefits that active duty qualifies for but a lot of it depends on the job and where one is stationed at. It is with these benefits that can be the leading factor of why people join the military, especially in today’s …show more content…
“The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 provide job safety and health protection for workers by promoting safe and healthful working conditions throughout the nation. Provisions of the Act include the following: Employer Compliance, Employee Compliance, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Inspection, Complaints, Citation, Proposed Penalty, Voluntary Activity, and Consultation” (OSHA, 2011). For a business to be safe for its employees all employers must produce a place of work free from recognized dangers that are could lead to injury or death and heed with occupational safety and health standards issued under the Act. All employees must adhere with all occupational safety and health standards, rules, regulations, and orders issued under the Act. The company must have complete compliance with OSHA and their regulations. The company must be ready at all times for inspection and have way to channel safety or health threats so they could be corrected. If standards are not met the company should be aware of proposed penalties and citations. If a company is unaware of the regulations they may have a consultation and using voluntary activity to fix the delinquencies (OSHA, 2011). In the Army safety is a big priority; our mission is to fly, if there are not safe measures taking place someone’s life could be at stake. In the Army there are many different divisions

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