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HR Guide to Employment Law: A Practical Compliance Reference

HR Guide to Employment Law: A Practical Compliance Reference

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HR Guide to Employment Law: A Practical Compliance Reference

Prepared just for HR executives and employers, it's the all-in-one reference no HR department should be without...

This edition is fully up-to-date for 2013 and beyond with the final GINA regulations,  proposed NLBR rules, the latest revisions to  FMLA, the ADA, COBRA, and much more!

This comprehensive desk manual is the ultimate guide to understanding the impact of employment law on your workplace policies and procedures, perfect for:

  • Advising executive management
  • Responding to an employee complaint
  • Conducting a fair and thorough investigation
  • Avoiding legal entanglements
  • Combating intermittent leave abuse
  • Managing personnel files
  • Stamping out discrimination and harassment
  • Administering complex payroll and overtime issues
  • And much more...

 

The HR Guide to Employment Law is the last word on employer rights and obligations -- ready to help you solve any workforce management puzzle quickly and easily.

Chapters include:
  • ADA
  • Discipline and Documentation
  • Discrimination
  • FMLA
  • Health Benefits
  • Hiring
  • Immigration
  • Internal Investigations
  • Labor and Organizing
  • Overtime
  • Privacy and the Electronic Workplace
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Termination
  • Workplace Violence

 

HR Guide to Employment Law: A Practical Compliance Reference

Prepared just for HR executives and employers, it's the all-in-one reference no HR department should be without...

Order Now to Reserve Your Copy!

The all-new edition is fully up-to-date for 2013 and beyond with the final GINA regulations, new proposed NLBR rules, the latest revisions to  FMLA, the ADA, COBRA, and much more!

This comprehensive desk manual is the ultimate guide to understanding the impact of employment law on your workplace policies and procedures, perfect for:

  • Advising executive management
  • Responding to an employee complaint
  • Conducting a fair and thorough investigation
  • Avoiding legal entanglements
  • Combating intermittent leave abuse
  • Managing personnel files
  • Stamping out discrimination and harassment
  • Administering complex payroll and overtime issues
  • And much more...

 

The HR Guide to Employment Law is the last word on employer rights and obligations -- ready to help you solve any workforce management puzzle quickly and easily.

Chapters include:
  • ADA
  • Discipline and Documentation
  • Personnel and Other Files
  • Discrimination
  • FMLA
  • Health Benefits
  • Hiring
  • Immigration
  • Internal Investigations
  • Labor and Organizing
  • Overtime
  • Privacy and the Electronic Workplace
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Termination
  • Workplace Violence
 
Armed with HR Guide to Employment Law: A Practical Compliance Reference, you’ll never have to search for information on:
  • Employee protections under multiple statutes and regulations
  • What you should do to reduce the risk of legal missteps
  • How to respond to an employee complaint of discrimination, harassment, or worse
  • Executing your least favorite tasks with confidence, such as layoffs, terminations, harassment and discrimination investigations, and other challenges
  • Eliminating the obstructions that prevent maximum workforce effectiveness


 

HR Guide to Employement Law is prepared by attorneys with extensive experience counseling employers and HR management.

HR Guide to Employment Law is prepared by leading attorneys, many of them members of the Employers Counsel Network, a nationwide affiliation of prestigious law firms representing management in employment law matters. Their contributions are edited by attorney Jessica Webb-Ayer. Contributors include:

Michael E. Barnsback,
LeClairRyan, Alexandria, VA

Steven L. Brenneman,

Ford & Harrison, LLP, Chicago, IL

Stacie L. Caraway,
Miller & Martin PLLC, Chattanooga, TN

Kathleen Carlson

Debra Auerbach Clephane,
Vercruysse, Murray & Calzone P.C., Detroit, MI

Susan Fahey Desmond,
Jackson Lewis LLP, New Orleans, LA

Margaret M. DiBianca,
Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP, Wilmington, DE

Michael T. Gebhart,
Peel Brimley LLP, Las Vegas, NV

Jesse Goldstein,
Vercruysse, Murray & Calzone P.C., Detroit, MI

Audra K. Hamilton,
GlassWilkin PC, Tulsa, OK

Kevin C. McCormick,
Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, Baltimore, MD

Jonathan R. Mook,
DiMuroGinsberg PC, Alexandria, VA

Andrew Moriarty

Suheily Natal,
Ford & Harrison, LLP, Chicago, IL

Jane Pfeifle,
Lynn, Jackson, Shultz & Lebrun, P.C., Rapid City, SD

Kara E. Shea,
Butler Snow, LLP, Nashville, TN

Jonathan Trafimow,
Moritt Hock Hamroff & Horowitz LLP, Garden City, NY

Albert L. Vreeland,
Lehr Middlebrooks & Vreeland PC, Birmingham, AL

Elaine C. Young,
Kirton McConkie PC, Salt Lake City, UT

Jessica Webb-Ayer, J.D., is an attorney editor for BLR’s human resources and employment law publications. She has written and edited countless publications on labor and employment law and is the editor of the Benefits Compliance Advisor online newsletter and the benefits manual, Benefits Compliance: Strategies for Plans, Programs & Policies. Ms. Webb-Ayer has also worked on various Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and workers’ compensation/safety products. She graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Psychology from Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, and graduated cum laude with a law degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville, Tennessee. Ms. Webb-Ayer is licensed to practice law in Tennessee.

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