Employment law answer book
Panel Publishers, 1998 - Business & Economics - 1164 pages
You'll reach for this up-to-date reference whenever you need accurate, in-depth information on human resources law. Noted employment and labor attorneys Mark R. Filipp, Thomas L. Boyer and James O. Castagnera cover all the essentials in an accessible question-and-answer format.Employment Law Answer Book is the authoritative, time-saving desk-reference for employers who need to keep track of and comply with the latest employment law requirements. The book makes it possible and easy to determine whether your company's policies and practices meet the latest legal rules and guidelines -- so you can protect your company's rights, and those of your employees. This comprehensive guide answers more than 1,000 key questions, from the simple to the complex. Specific topics include: the latest developments on affirmative action, job terminations, sexual harassment, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, discrimination, compensation, health and fringe benefits, employer/employee relationship, employee privacy, and more.
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The Legal Framework
Hiring and Evaluating Employees
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