Unlawful Labor Practices

“Everyone has the right to work, the right to equal pay for equal work and the right to a decent income and working conditions” as stated by Universal declaration of Human Rights. Majority of us often proceed with our lives without giving a second thought to what might happen if someone completely rob our freedom of speech refraining us from fighting for what we love. Fighting for what we believe in. The very thing that thrives us forward. We often take it for granted that most of us have the freedom to peruse something we love or the fact that our basic human rights are protected by the law. We are fortunate enough that we have the ability to rely on the law to defend us if injustice occurs upon us. Reality is that not everyone receives the …show more content…
But the most difficult to identify and prove is favouritism within workplaces as evidence of mangers bias actions are implied subtly than visible ways. Leaders are ignorant of the influence of unfair preferences which gives the impression to workers that an individual is served superior to others without a rational reason. Undoubtedly, favouritism is an act of corrupt management which consequently harms workers morals and encourages poor performances which in turn results in lost productivity and lack of growth of the firm. Dedicated employees may feel unappreciated which may spark hatred, jealousy and bitterness causing unnecessary conflicts. Wenger act “prohibited employers from engaging in such unfair labour practices…” Yet findings of Job Exodus Trends 2016 demonstrates “third of employees say they are miserable in their jobs – due to a combination of poor management (43%) and not feeling valued (39%)” Clearly law is not a compelling parent to fully desist relentless …show more content…
For example, employers find low wage loopholes in contracts of workers to deceive them into work that wasn’t initially intended in the contracts. The good faith employment relations act 2000 states “Must deal with each other in good faith; must not, whether directly or indirectly, do anything to mislead or deceive each other” Yet why are loopholes further used to undercut employees but undetected by law? Real people are being affected due to these unintended errors and common techniques such as creating contracts unreasonably broad are used to mislead staff. It’s irrational to use inefficiencies in law to your personal advantage! What faith do we have when trying to increase people’s living standards when there are ruthless employers willing to exploit workers to even avoid the minimum wage? Loopholes in law will reconstruct a low skilled, less intellect and more insecure society only further worsening

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