Human Resource law

Hi Reena, I would like more details for my report because it needs to be 5 pages long. Also in your report, you talked about different laws but according to my instructions, I am supposed to Prepare a report on the origins, changes, and current issues surrounding on one of the HR-relevant law. For example, if you choose USERRA, you would find out why the legislation was enacted, how it developed to what it is today, and what challenges it faces in the near future. Some topics will be more interesting than others. Thanks, Nisha

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... yearly rather than paying overtime to them (Howard, 2017). Over last many years, especially in Florida, and New York, a number of FLSA lawsuits have been filed on employers due to its non-compliance and heavy requirements. Since 2000, the cases have increased by 450%.
The Patient and Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a federal statue passed by US president, Obama, on 23rd March, 2010. It is generally called as ACA or Obamacare. This Act requires hospitals and primary physicians to convert their operations financially, technically, and scientifically to bring better health outcomes, lower costs, and improve their methods of allocation and accessibility. The Act has undergone through major changes in 2017. These include increase in Obamacare penalties for high-income taxpayers, and increase in Obamacare premiums for those not getting subsidies. Finally, other changes to Obamacare will focus on getting participants more of the information they require to create informed choices. The Act is also facing many issues currently. The international budgets in the ACA confines the government's spending, and ACA's treatment of people is arbitrary and unfair. Moreover, there has been no increase in doctor visits and other efforts to seek medical care under ACA, which indicates lack of access to care.

Origin of USERRA
The origin of the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act had faced the Great Depression in 1932, due to which a large number of unemployed veterans of First World War protested in Washington for government assistance. Again in 1939, Germany attacked on Poland which brought World War-2 in Europe (Ford, and Ludlum, 2016). US did not participate in the war in initial two years but in third year, it became necessary to beef up the armed forces of United States. Thousands of people voluntarily participated in the military establishment of the nation, which had resulted in their loss of jobs (Arleo et al., 2016). The 1932 veterans wanted that no person would be again unemployed because of service in our armed forces.
Later, Service Extension Act was enacted by Congress to make recruiting authority permanent and extending the right to re-employment to enlist voluntary participants. However, the law was applicable only for active component military personnel. Keeping employment security of volunteers in mind, US congress introduced Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) in 1994, which is a complete redraft of the amended 1940 reemployment statute of US. The law was codified at 38 U.S.C. 4301-4333.
The Uniformed Services Employment and ...