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Comprehensive guidelines to An Employer's Guide to FMLA and ADA, Employee Benefits - An Employer's Guide, Employment Verification: Immigration, Form I-9, and E-Verify, Hiring, Firing and Discipline, Wages and Hours - An Employer's Guide and Workplace Safety and Health Compliance Manual in six soft-cover books. The entire package also includes updated online access, email notifications and an inclusive weekly e-newsletter.
The Federal Pro HR Library includes six hard-copy books and online access to Employee Benefits — An Employer's Guide, Workplace Safety and Health Compliance Manual, An Employer's Guide to FMLA and ADA, Hiring Firing and Discipline Manual, Wages and Hours — An Employer's Guide and Employment Verification: Immigration, Form I-9, and E-Verify.
These six publications will help you answer questions such as:
- What is employee benefits other than deferred compensation?
- What are principal laws that affect employee benefits?
- How the IRC affects employee benefits?
- What are the rules regarding employee benefits?
- What are OSHA’s specific standards and where can they be found?
- What is the difference between an OHSA standard and a regulation?
- What is a “general duty clause” OSHA violation?
- What happens if an employer cannot meet OSHA’s standards?
- How does a company prepare for an OSHA inspection?
- Do you know whether your employees are eligible for FMLA leave?
- Do you practice reasonable accommodation?
- Do you count part-time employees when determining if you are covered by FMLA?
- Do you provide leave for employees engaged in foster parenting a child?
- Have all of your employees hired after November 6, 1986 completed I-9 Forms, and do you have the I-9 for for each current employee?
- Do you make photocopies of the identification documents provided by your employees?
- Have you maintained the I-9 forms for former employees long enough?
- Do you have an anti-discrimination policy in place?
- Does the FLSA require employers to provide time off or breaks?
- Does the FLSA require severance or other termination-related payments?
- Does the Department of Labor have the right to investigate my business?
- Do you have an employee handbook? If so, is it regularly updated, and do you include a clear statement that continued employment is not guaranteed?
- Do you have a discipline policy, and do your supervisors understand it and apply it consistently?
- Should you have job descriptions?
- Are whistleblowers protected under applicable laws?
- Can employers record surveillance of employees suspected of wrongdoing?
- Pro hundreds of other crucial topics!
Written by top Federal attorneys, the Federal Pro HR Library features:
- Access to HR Update, a weekly e-newsletter that lets you know what's new in the HR world every week.
- Free access to HRsimple webinars, where attorneys simplify complex Human Resources topics and help you deal with them.
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Duties and responsibilities
Employers general duty
Citations and civil penalties
Developing a comprehensive health and safety program
Emergency response and preparedness
Appendix G Emergency action plan checklist
Appendix C Partially exempt industries from recordkeeping requirements
Appendix D Safety checklist
Appendix E State plan review commissionsboards
Appendix H Safety strategies
Appendix A Required postings
Appendix J National regional local and special emphasis inspection programs
Appendix I Model Written LockoutTagout Program
Appendix L Handling violence in the workplace
Appendix B Forms for recording workrelated injuries and illnesses
Appendix F State plan notice of contest timeline
About Fisher Phillips LLP
Procedural and affirmative defenses
Appendix K OSHA Injury and Illness Recordability Worksheet
Snapshot An HR audit
Appendix N Fact Sheet General industry walkingworking surfaces and fall protection standards
Appendix M Safety for temporary employees
About the Author
Overtime compensation nonexempt employees
What counts as wages nonexempt employees
Determining work time nonexempt employees
Deductions from pay
Remote workers and telecommuting
Appendix A State agencies
Appendix B Wage and hour district offices
Leased or temporary employees
Minimum wage requirements nonexempt employees
Employment of minors
Payment of wages
About the authors
Where to go for more information
Workers not covered by federal law
Squire Patton Boggs
Policy manuals and employee handbooks
Noncompete agreements and trade secrets
Union organizing activity
Appendix A Federal recordkeeping requirements
Appendix B Posting requirements
The employment relationship
New hire reporting
About FordHarrison LLP
About the Editors
Recruiting and hiring
Temporary and leased employees interns and volunteers
Restrictive covenants and trade secrets
Policies and procedures manuals
Wages and hours
Disabilities and reasonable accommodations
Health insurance reform
Family and medical leave
Plant closings and mass layoffs
Health insurance continuation coverage
Health insurance portability and privacy
Other types of leave
Employment in the Internet age
Safety and health
Politics in the workplace
Celebrations in the workplace
Federal contractors and affirmative action
Drugs and alcohol
Diversity in the workplace
International employment law
Employment practices liability insurance
Tips to complete the Form I
Appendix A Sample memorandum
Immigration and employment
Expired documents and the I form
Nomatch letter and wage reporting compliance
Additional verification services
Responding to visits and calls regarding immigration
EVerify regulations for federal contractors and subcontractors
Helpful steps to comply with EVerify requirements
Criminal enforcement and I audits
Electronic completion and storage of Form I
Conducting internal audits
About the Cavanagh Law Firm PA
Other fringe benefits
Regulation of group health plans
Additional k qualification requirements
Nonqualified deferred compensation plans
Employee benefits law
Health benefits plans
About Ogletree Deakins
Introduction to the Family and Medical Leave Act
Notice and documentation Employee obligations and employer challenges
Introduction to the Americans with Disabilities Act
Employer coverage and employee eligibility
Reasons for leave
Length of leave
Certifications necessary for leave
Employer notice and documentation requirements
Amendments and proposals
The Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act
Enforcement of the Family and Medical Leave Act
Disability in detail
How the Americans with Disabilities Act impacts your business
Enforcement of the Americans with Disabilities Act
Appendix A Leave and other state laws
Serious health conditions
About the author
The Pregnancy Discrimination Act
Sample: Occupational injury and illness reporting policy
Model: Written hazard communication program
Sample: Vaccination acknowledgment
Sample Inspection Checklist
Company Commitment to Safety
Hazard Assessment Form
Model Safety and Health policy
Sample Emergency Action Plan
OSHA Poster - Job Safety, It's the Law
Model Written Lockout-Tag Out Program
OSHA Form 300A - Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses
OSHA Form 300 - Forms for Recording Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses
Company Use Job Description
Sample Job Questionairre
I-9 Form (2020)
I-9 Form Instructions (2020)
I-9 Form (2020)
I-9 Form Instructions (2020)
Immigration Compliance and Acknowledgment Form
Model Notice for Employers Who Do Not offer a Health Plan
Model Notice for Employers Who Offer a Health Plan to Some or All Employees
WH-384 Certification of Qualifying Exigency
WH-385 Certification for Serious Injury or Illness of a Current Servicemember
The Family and Medical Leave Act Poster (English)
The Family and Medical Leave Act Poster (Spanish)
WH-381 Notice of Eligibility & Rights and Responsibilities
WH-382 Designation Notice
WH-380-E Certification of Health Care Provider for Employee's Serious Health Condition
WH-380-F Certification of Health Care Provider for Family Member's Serious Health Condition
American Chamber of Commerce Resources
For more than 25 years, ACCR has worked with State Chambers of Commerce and Associations of Business and Industry across the country. Our goal is to provide employers and HR professionals with the resources they need to stay in compliance with the rapidly changing world of employment laws and regulations....Learn more about us
Fisher & Phillips LLP
Established in 1948, FISHER & PHILLIPS LLP is one of the country’s oldest and largest firms devoted exclusively to representing employers in labor, employment, wage-hour, workplace safety and health, employee benefits, and business immigration law. Our depth and breadth of experience in these niche areas are unsurpassed.
Our...Learn more about us
Ford & Harrison LLP
FordHarrison is a labor & employment firm with nearly 200 attorneys in 28 offices, including three affiliate firms.
The firm has built a national legal practice as one of the nation's leading defense firms with an exclusive focus on labor law, employment law, litigation, business immigration, employee benefits and executive...Learn more about us
Gammage & Burnham
Our top priority is helping our clients identify and achieve their goals. We know that each engagement demands a unique mix of intelligence, creativity, and hard work. We offer it all without ever compromising our professional integrity or our commitment to giving our clients the best value possible.
Arizona is...Learn more about us
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Ogletree Deakins is one of the largest labor and employment law firms representing management in all types of employment-related legal matters. The firm has more than 900 attorneys located in 53 offices across the United States and in Europe, Canada and Mexico. Ogletree...Learn more about us
Squire Patton Boggs
Squire Patton Boggs combines sound legal counsel with a deep knowledge of our clients’ businesses to resolve their legal challenges. We care about the quality of our services, the success of our clients and the relationships that are forged through those successes. With approximately 1,500 lawyers in 44 offices...Learn more about us
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