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What to Do About Personnel Problems in [Your State]

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  • Book
  • Region: United States
  • BLR - Business and Legal Resources
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Everything you Need for Effortless Compliance with State and Federal Employment Regulations
What to Do About Personnel Problems in Your State is the ultimate turn-to guide for smart HR professionals don’t have time to waste searching for answers to questions about state employment laws and regs. And don’t want to worry about the accuracy of random advice found on the Internet.

Prepared by in-state experts, it helps you make better decisions whenever a workplace policy and practice question comes at you from employees, supervisors, and other top executives. Updated quarterly (included in your purchase), it also includes a fast-read monthly newsletter prepared by leading employment law attorneys in your state.

From Absenteeism to Workers’ Comp, you’ll quickly learn how to deal with HR challenges - all within the requirement of YOUR STATE’s employment laws.

For over 30 years, human resource managers have relied on this practical state employment laws resource to understand and stay on top of ever-changing employment regulations in their states.

The HR Red Book® delivers clear, straightforward answers to the state employment and HR laws that apply to your organization. It will tell you what all critical human resources regulations mean, what you need to do to comply, and how federal employment laws differ from those in your state - whether you're in California, New York, or North Dakota.

What to Do About Personnel Problems has everything you need for effortless compliance with state and federal employment regulations:

- Plain-English explanations of all key employment laws - by state and by topic
- Learn how your state laws differ from federal law on over 200 key topics. Available for 49 states plus Washington D.C.
- Easy-to-use topic lists speed you to fast answers
- Fully indexed, cross-referenced, with full legal citations without having to know which laws apply. Full regulatory citations if you need them.
- Exclusive, state-specific salary and benefit surveys help you pay fairly.
- Free updates and monthly newsletter
- Includes your monthly State Employment Law Letter (Washington DC gets the Federal Employment Law Insider) to keep you updated on human resources current issues and all aspects of employment law.

Covers more than 200 topics including:

- Affirmative Action laws
- Age discrimination
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- Background checks
- Child labor
- Civil rights
- Employee benefits
- ERISA
- Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
- FMLA
- Hiring
- Independent contractor agreement
- Job Descriptions
- Labor unions
- Sexual harassment
- Social Security
- Workers' compensation

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List of Topics:

- Accidents
- Addresses and Contacts
- Advertising
- Affirmative Action
- Age Discrimination
- AIDS and Disease
- Alcohol and Drugs
- Aliens/Immigration
- Application Forms
- Apprenticeship Training
- Athletics
- Attendance
- Background Checks
- Benefits
- Bonus Payments
- Bulletin Boards
- Business/Travel Expenses
- Callback Pay/Report-in Pay
- Child Care/Daycare
- Child Labor
- Civil Rights
- Communication
- Commuting
- Compensation Administration
- Complaints and Investigations
- Consumer Price Index
- Contingent Workers
- Counseling Services/EAPs
- Credit Unions
- Death in Family
- Death of Employee
- Deductions from Pay
- Disabilities
- Disability Insurance
- Discipline
- Diversity
- Domestic Partnerships
- Dress Codes
- Electronic Monitoring
- Emergencies
- Employee Associations
- Employee Handbooks
- Employment Agencies
- Employment Contracts
- Employment Practices Liab. Ins.
- Equal Pay/Comparable Worth
- Ergonomics
- ERISA
- Ethics
- Exempt Personnel
- Exit Interviews
- Facilities
- Fair Labor Standards Act
- Fire Drills/Evacuation Drills
- First Aid
- Flexible Benefits/Cafeteria Plans
- Gambling
- Garnishment
- Government Contractors
- Grievances
- Healthcare Benefits
- Healthcare Exchanges
- Healthcare Insurance
- Health Information Privacy
- Health Insurance Continuation
- Health Insurance: Play or Pay?
- Hiring
- Holidays
- Hours of Work
- HR Audits
- HRIS
- HR Metrics
- HR Strategy
- Independent Contractors
- Job Descriptions
- Job Posting
- Jury Duty/Court Appearance
- Layoff
- Leave of Absence
- Lie Detector Tests
- Life Insurance
- Living Wage
- Loans
- Long-Term Care
- Maternity and Pregnancy
- Medical Treatment
- Mileage Allowance
- Military Service
- Minimum Wage
- Moonlighting
- Moving Expenses/Relocations
- National Labor Relations Act
- National Origin Discrimination
- Notices (Posting)
- Office Parties
- Orientation
- OSHA
- Overtime
- Part-time Employees
- Paychecks
- Payroll
- Performance Appraisal
- Personal Leave
- Personnel/HR Associations
- Personnel/HR Management
- Personnel Policies/Manuals
- Physical Examinations
- Political Activity
- Pre-employment Inquiries
- Prevailing Wages
- Privacy
- Professional Development
- Racial Discrimination
- Records
- References/Reference Checks
- Relatives’ Employment
- Religious Discrimination
- Rest Periods
- Retirement
- Right to Know/Hazard Comm.
- Safety and Health
- Salaried Employee
- Selection and Testing
- Seniority
- Severance Pay
- Sex Discrimination
- Sexual Harassment
- Shift Operation
- Sick Leave
- Smoking
- Social Security
- Solicitation
- Statistics
- Succession Planning
- Suggestion Systems
- Telecommuting
- Telephones
- Termination
- Time-Keeping
- Training
- Travel Time
- Tuition Refund
- Turnover
- Unemployment Compensation
- Unions
- Vacations
- Veterans
- Violence in the Workplace
- Visas
- Wage and Hour Investigations
- Welfare and Pension Reports
- Withholding
- Workers’ Compensation
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