Research Paper On Why Student Athletes Should Be Paid
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This 8 page paper looks at issues concerning equal pay under English law. The paper considers the case of a woman who is paid less than several men performing the same or similar tasks, including her predecessor, someone working in a different location, someone in the same location but a different office and a former manager who has a salary that is ‘red circled’. The paper demonstrates the application of equal pay legislation and case law and applies it to the case provided by the student. The bibliography cites 8 sources.
Cardiac Death, Screening Athletes
This research paper focuses on the issue of EKG exams as part of the health screening conducted for student athletes prior to their participation in sports programs. The rationale for this recommendation is that this procedure aids in identifying those athletes who may have previously undiagnosed heart problems that could lead to sudden cardiac death. Four pages in length, ten sources are cited.
This 7 page paper looks at why and how pay equity and equality in total remuneration is protected in the United States, considering the federal laws, such as the the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and equal opportunities, including the Equal Pay Act. The paper considers how this impacts on businesses and the systems that are or should be used to ensure equity is in place. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
Should Pay Packages Be Uniform or Personalized?
The writer considers the arguments for and against the utilization of uniform pay strategies with in the employment environment, discussing how or why employees may choose to individualized pay, and the impact this may have on the employees and the employer. Four sources are cited in the bibliography this three page paper.