The 2016 Edition of this quick-reference guide puts the expertise of the nationwide Employers Counsel Network right at your fingertips. The top-flight attorneys in the Network have applied their valuable time and resources to making this side-by-side comparison of employer obligations the definitive reference.
State Law Chart Builder summarizes the relevant state laws and distills each into an easy to read paragraph, explaining exactly what to do under that area of the law when managing your workforce.
Fully up-to-date with the latest revisions this is the ultimate guide to understanding the impact of employment law on workplace policies and practices. Chapters include:
|ADA||Health Benefits||Labor & Organizing||Termination|
|Discipline & Documentation||Hiring||Overtime||Workplace Violence|
Compliance Manual Series
Detailed guidance on how to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and Wage and Hour Laws.
Timely updates for the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and Wage and Hour Laws.
- Quarterly ADA Compliance Bulletin
- Monthly Benefits Compliance Advisor
- Quarterly FMLA Compliance Advisor
- Quarterly Wage & Hour Compliance Bulletin
This award-winning reference tool is a comprehensive expansion on our previous Employment Practices Self-Audit Workbook. This resource makes it quick and easy to periodically review your policies, practices, and procedures on a range of compliance areas, whether common topics such as hiring, leave, and compensation or newer concerns such as employee wellness and social media use.
Designed to help HR professionals understand technology without a lot of technical jargon, it shows not only how it’s done but also how it applies to HR to give you straightforward answers about technology’s intersection with the world of HR.
Explains the statutes and also the practical concerns that come into play during catastrophic workplace events like hurricanes, tornadoes, oil spills, flu outbreaks, and acts of terrorism and workplace violence, and offers step-by-step guidance for contingency, recovery, and business continuity planning.
Provides everything you need to get to the bottom of harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and many other claims including investigation forms, checklists, sample reports, and other documents critical to the execution of a safe and effective investigation. Read about mistakes made by others, go through hypothetical investigations to learn what went wrong, and use the checklists to guide you as you conduct your own workplace investigation. For those who are new to workplace investigations, this book provides the tools you’ll need to be able to conduct a competent investigation. For those who are more seasoned, it provides tips that may prove invaluable.