The SHRM Essential Guide to Employment Law: A Handbook for HR Professionals, Managers, Businesses, and Organizations (Paperback)
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The SHRM Essential Guide to Employment Lawis your One-Stop Legal Reference to Employment Law. It simple, straightforward language on everything HR professionals, employers, and small business owners need to know about their relationship with their employees in order to comply with the law and protect thems elves and their business from legal action.Covering more than 200 workplace law topics, the Guide provides an overview of U.S. workplace laws, regulations, and court decisions that employers, large or small, are likely to face, as well as what pitfalls to anticipate and when to seek professional advice. Each chapter offers general principles, highlights key issues, and provides specific examples and suggestions to help make the employer-employee relationship run more smoothly.
About the Author
Charles Fleischer is a member of the law firm Oppenheimer, Fleischer & Quiggle, P.C., of Bethesda, Maryland. Fleischer is the author of Employer's Rights (Sourcebooks, 2004), The Complete Hiring and Firing Handbook (Sourcebooks, 2005), HR for Small Business, 2nd Ed. (Sourcebooks, 2009), Will the Internet Abrogate Territorial Limits on Personal Jurisdiction?, 33 Tort & Ins. Law J. 107 (1997), Validity and Effect of Will-Not-Reapply Covenants in Employment Discrimination Settlement Agreements, 23 Labor Lawyer 151 (2007), and the "Employment Torts" chapter of the Maryland Employment Law Deskbook (MSBA 2014). He is a gradutae of George Washington University Law School.