Complete Guide to Human Resources and the Law, 2013 Edition
The Complete Guide to Human Resources and the Law will help you navigate complex and potentially costly Human Resources issues. You'll know what to do (and what not to do) to avoid costly mistakes or oversights, confront HR problems - legally and effectively - and understand the rules.
Select from the list of Personnel Practices products below:
This booklet helps managers and supervisors understand and comply with current employment laws.
Walks you through the maze of federal leave law between the Family & Medical Leave Act and the Accommodating Disabilities Act
A guide to preventive personnel principles in labor relations and employment law management.
Provides helpful and practical guidance on today's family and medical leave laws, and includes important background information concerning the rule changes, along with succinct explanations of the new rules and how they have changed from prior regulations.
Covers topics such as how to: create a policy that's right for your workplace, understand the limitations on your right to discipline, document disciplinary actions, and manage employee challenges to a discipline decision.
The HR How-to book on Retention covers topics such as how to: measure and interpret your turnover rate, find and attract the best talent, reward top performance, and retain a diverse workforce.
Covers topics such as how to make more informed hiring decisions, how to effectively manage employee leaves, how to discipline employee effectively and how to maintain good relations with employees.
Covers topics such as how to: recognize potentially harassing behavior, implement an effective bias-free workplace, train the workforce to act appropriately, and respond to harassment complaints.
Covers topics such as how to: deal with generational attitudes toward work, recruit and retain traditionalists, baby boomers, gen Xers and millennials, be prepared for when the Baby Boomer generation starts to retire in large numbers, benefit programs affect the generations, and train the generations.
Covers topics such as how to: structure an internal investigation, interview witnesses, document your internal investigation, and arrive at a fair and defensible conclusion.
The HR How-To: Performance Management book covers issues such as how to: deal with real-life performance management situations, help managers and supervisors set performance expectations, guide supervisors on drafting written perfomance reviews, reward and recognize outstanding employee performance, and confront and resolve performance problems.
The HR How-To: Recruiting and Hiring book covers issues such as how to: comply with applicable employment laws, create job descriptions, locate qualified candidates, and screen and interview candidates.
The Work-Life Benefits book covers everything you need to know to determine your Work-Life program, including how to: choose what to offer, implement your program, involve your employees, and avoid the pitfalls.
Covers topics such as how to: handle background and reference checks; test, monitor; and search employees; safetguard proprietary employer information; and protect confidential employee records.
Covers topics such as how to: recruit with safety in mind, design a workplace safety program, reduce ergonomic hazards, and ready your workplace for disasters and other threats.
The HR How-To: Workplace Violence Prevention book covers issues such as how to: recognize signs of impending violence, provide security screening, plan for disasters and emergencies, and promote zero tolerance for violence.
HR Networking: Performance Management gives you a close-up look at how dozens of award-winning employers use performance management systems to achieve organizational objectives.
HR Networking: Retention provides insights into the retention strategies of some of the United States´ best places to work.
Work-life programs that successful employers have used in their own workplaces, including convenience benefits (onsite ATMs), financial benefits (college scholarships), wellness programs (workout rooms), family-fun programs (picnics), flexible work arrangements (job sharing) and many more.
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Your comprehensive online resource that addresses complex HR issues with practical answer-oriented information. The Library provides everything you need to comply with federal and state laws and changing HR practices, covering Benefits, Compensation, Discrimination and Retaliation, Employee Relations, HR Management, Organizational and Employee Development, Safety, Security, Risk Management, Staffing and Unions.
This book provides practical guidance on interviewing and hiring employees while avoiding legal pitfalls.
Make sure your managers and supervisors understand how to recognize—and prevent—sexual harassment in the workplace. This manual defines what behavior constitutes sexual harassment under the law and clarifies when an employer can be held liable for sexual harassment. Provides anti-harassment guidelines for managers to follow in light of expanding theories of liability finding that employers can be automatically liable for supervisory sexual harassment. Plus, the manual includes a 20-question sexual harassment quiz that can be used to document a company's training efforts.
In-depth strategy and compensation information tailored to the needs of senior HR executives.
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