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Virginia Pro

Virginia Pro was created in collaboration with Fisher & Phillips LLP, Ford & Harrison LLP, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C., Squire Patton Boggs, The Cavanagh Law Firm P.A., Wilson Worley Moore Gamble & Stout, PC. , and authored by Andrew Wampler, C. John Wentzell, Jr., David A. Selden, Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., Ellisa H. Culp, Eric D. Penkert, Erin Schilling, Frank L. Day, Jr., Heidi Nunn-Gilman, Jeanne E. Floyd, Jennifer L. Sellers, Jill S. Kirila, Julie A. Pace, Nancy Van der Veer Holt, Shennan Harris, Thomas M. Christina, Vance E. Drawdy

Includes 7 products:
  • 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 for Employers
  • Virginia Human Resources Manual
  • Wages and Hours – An Employer’s Guide
  • Workplace Safety and Health Compliance Manual
  • Plus a 1-year online subscription


    About the law firm

    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 practice includes counseling and defending employers under all major federal and state labor, employment, employee benefits, workplace safety and health, and business immigration laws and regulations including,...read more ,

    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 compensation. Through its global practice group and membership in the global employment law firm alliance, Ius Laboris, FordHarrison provides clients that have multinational operations with a...read more ,

      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 650 lawyers located in 44 offices across the United States and in Europe. For more than three decades, Ogletree Deakins has offered clients representation in every aspect of labor and employment laws, including business immigration, employee benefits, and workplace safety and health law as well as employment litigation and traditional labor...read more ,

      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 located in 21 countries, our global legal practice is in the markets where our clients do business.

      Our labor and employment lawyers represent employers across the full...read more ,

      The Cavanagh Law Firm P.A.

      THE CAVANAGH LAW FIRM was founded in September of 1999 by a core group of attorneys who had been practicing with the 40-year old law firm of O'Connor, Cavanagh, Anderson, Killingsworth and Beshears. This select group of attorneys from a number of practice areas shared a vision of forming a firm that would continue to abide by the principles of hard work, quality, integrity and superior client service espoused by the Firm's namesake, Harry Cavanagh. As a...read more ,

      Wilson Worley Moore Gamble & Stout, PC

      Wilson Worley has an established commitment to superior client service. Its predecessor firms were formed in 1951 and 1967. The firms merged in 2005, and Wilson Worley continues the traditions started by those firms. Our attorneys provide premier civil legal services in the East Tennessee region. We listen to client needs and seek to establish long-term relationships. We enjoy a reputation of principled and progressive representation while being influential leaders in our community.

      Wilson Worley’s labor and...read more


    About our sponsor

    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. Our manuals tell you:

    • what to do
    • how to do it
    • and a little bit of why.

    No legalese, no endless strings of case citations…our guidebooks simply get you the answers you need, so that you can get back to business.

    If seeing is believing, come explore our Publications section and READ A CHAPTER from a book written specifically for your state.

    OUR HISTORY

    In the early 1980’s, Dick Apland, the godfather of ACCR, worked for the Illinois Chamber of Commerce. He found the Chamber struggling as they attempted to sustain themselves on member dues alone. He then... learn more


    Testimonials

    I am a HUGE fan of HRsimple! It is so easy to navigate and find the answer to my questions in the matter of a couple of clicks. I wear multiple hats for my employer and being responsible for Human Resources, Safety and Accounting I prefer to spend my time answering questions, not looking for them.

    HRsimple makes my job easier; therefore, I love it, love it, love it!!!

    Lynn Durost, HR/Accounting Manage, Rubb, Inc, Sanford, Maine


    I’ve had many occasions to use the materials purchased from ACCR. I enjoy the fact that they come both electronically and in hard copy. I keep the electronic copy on my desktop and find it very user friendly. I usually just search for a word in the document and just like that, I have my answer. The hard copy is nice for traveling or just looking things up the old fashioned way. The layout is very handy. Overall, I’ve been very pleased with my purchases thus far. The information is easy to find and the books are very easy to read.

    Bill Pinegar, SPHR, Human Resources Consultant, Kiesling Associations, Des Moines, Iowa


    I’m relatively new to ACCR’s HR Update email service but must say thus far, it’s the greatest! I think it’s safe to say that all HR professionals are pressed for time but are also interested in keeping in step with changes as they happen, so when ACCR provides a brief snapshot on various topics of interest, it’s quick and easy reading, and greatly appreciated! Should something of special interest appear, just a point and click brings up an informational brief, right at my fingertips! Thanks so much for the service!

    Jean M. LaBombard
, Human Resources Manager
, World Warehouse & Distribution, Inc., Virginia Beach, Virginia


    Topics covered

    Virginia Human Resources Manual

    About the Firm

    About the Editor

    Editor's Foreward

    Features of the HR Library

    Chapter 1 Snapshot

    Chapter 2 Compliance thresholds

    Chapter 3 Recruiting and Hiring

    Chapter 4 Background Checks

    Chapter 5 Personnel Files

    Chapter 6 Employee Policy and Procedures Manuals

    Chapter 7 Wages and Hours

    Chapter 8 Independent Contractors

    Chapter 9 Privacy in the Workplace

    Chapter 10 Internet Usage

    Chapter 11 Discrimination in Employment

    Chapter 12 Disabilities and Reasonable Accommodation

    Chapter 13 Family and Medical Leave

    Chapter 14 Benefits

    Chapter 15 Workplace Safety and Health

    Chapter 16 Workers' Compensation

    Chapter 17 Employee Discipline

    Chapter 18 Workplace Investigations

    Chapter 19 Termination of Employment

    Chapter 20 Health Insurance

    Appendix A Recordkeeping Requirements

    Appendix B Posting requirements

    An Employer’s Guide to FMLA and ADA

    About FordHarrison LLP

    About the Author

    Introduction

    Snapshot - An HR Audit

    Chapter 1: The Family and Medical Leave Act

    Chapter 2: Key Definitions

    Chapter 3: Employer Coverage and Employee Eligibility

    Chapter 4: Reasons for Leave

    Chapter 5: Serious Health Conditions

    Chapter 6: Military Leave Under the FMLA

    Chapter 7: Length of Leave

    Chapter 8: Notice and Documentation - Employee Obligations and Employer Challenges

    Chapter 9: Certifications Necessary for Leave

    Chapter 10: Employer Notice and Documentation Requirements

    Chapter 11: Employee Rights Under the FMLA

    Chapter 12: Enforcement of the FMLA

    Chapter 13: Amendments and Proposals

    Chapter 14: Introduction to the Americans with Disabilities Act

    Chapter 15: The ADA Amendments Act

    Chapter 16: Employers Covered

    Chapter 17: "Disability" in Detail

    Chapter 18: Reasonable Accommodation Under the ADA

    Chapter 19: The Pregnancy Discrimination Act

    Chapter 20: How the ADA Impacts Your Business

    Chapter 21: Enforcement of the ADA

    Appendix A: Leave and Other State Laws

    Employee Benefits – An Employer's Guide

    About Ogletree Deakins

    About the Authors

    Preface

    Chapter 1: Employee Benefits Law

    Chapter 2: Life Insurance

    Chapter 3: Health Benefit Plans

    Chapter 4: Regulation of Group Health Plans

    Chapter 5: Healthcare Reform

    Chapter 6: Disability Plans

    Chapter 7: Severance Plans

    Chapter 8: Cafeteria Plans

    Chapter 9: Retirement Plans

    Chapter 10: Additional 401(k) Qualification Requirements

    Chapter 11: Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation Plans

    Chapter 12: Employee Communication Under ERISA

    Chapter 13: Fiduciary Duties Under ERISA

    Chapter 14: Other Fringe Benefits

    Employment Verification: Immigration, Form I-9, and E-Verify

    About the Cavanagh Law Firm PA

    About the Editors

    Chapter 1: Snapshot - An HR Audit

    Chapter 2: Immigration and Employment

    Chapter 3: Immigration Visas

    Chapter 4: I-9 Form

    Chapter 5: Tips to Complete the I-9 Form

    Chapter 6: Conducting Internal Audits

    Chapter 7: Expired Documents and the I-9 Form

    Chapter 8: Anti-Discrimination under IRCA

    Chapter 9: Electronic Completion and Storage of Form I-9

    Chapter 10: No-Match Letter and Wage Reporting Compliance

    Chapter 11: Additional Social Security Number Verification Services

    Chapter 12: Investigations

    Chapter 13: IMAGE Program

    Chapter 14: Responding to Visits and Calls Regarding Immigration

    Chapter 15: E-Verify

    Chapter 16: E-Verify Regulations for Federal Contractors and Subcontractors

    Chapter 17: Helpful Steps to Comply with E-Verify Requirements

    Chapter 18: Criminal Enforcement and I-9 Audits

    Appendix A: Sample Memorandum

    Hiring, Firing and Discipline for Employers

    About FordHarrison LLP

    About the Editors

    Editor's Foreward

    Chapter 1: Snapshot - An HR Audit

    Chapter 2: Pre-Employment Issues

    Chapter 3: Pre-Employment Testing

    Chapter 4: Interviews

    Chapter 5: Background Checks

    Chapter 6: The Employment Relationship

    Chapter 7: New Hire Reporting

    Chapter 8: Policy Manuals and Employee Handbooks

    Chapter 9: Employee Personnel Files

    Chapter 10: Employment Contracts

    Chapter 11: Non-Compete Agreements and Trade Secrets

    Chapter 12: Affirmative Action

    Chapter 13: Discipline

    Chapter 14: Termination

    Chapter 15: Layoffs

    Chapter 16: Employment Litigation

    Chapter 17: Union Organizing Activity

    Chapter 18: Social Media

    Appendix A: Federal Recordkeeping Requirements

    Appendix B: Posting Requirements

    Wages and Hours – An Employer’s Guide

    Squire Patton Boggs

    About the Authors

    Chapter 1: Snapshot

    Chapter 2: Overview

    Chapter 3: Covered Employers

    Chapter 4: Workers not Covered by Federal Law

    Chapter 5: Leased or Temporary Employees

    Chapter 6: White-Collar Exemptions

    Chapter 7: Additional Exemptions

    Chapter 8: Nonexempt Employees: Minimum Wage Requirements

    Chapter 9: Nonexempt Employees: Overtime Compensation

    Chapter 10: Nonexempt Employees: What Counts as “Wages”

    Chapter 11: Nonexempt Employees: Determining Work Time

    Chapter 12: Deductions from Pay

    Chapter 13: Recordkeeping Requirements

    Chapter 14: Enforcement

    Chapter 15: Remote Workers and Telecommuting

    Chapter 16: Posting Requirements

    Chapter 17: Employment of Minors

    Chapter 18: Equal Pay

    Chapter 19: Payment of Wages

    Chapter 20: Where to Go for More Information

    Appendix A: State Agencies

    Appendix B: Wage and Hour District Offices

    Workplace Safety and Health Compliance Manual

    About Fisher Phillips LLP

    About the Author

    Chapter 1: Snapshot - An HR Audit

    Chapter 2: Introduction

    Chapter 3: Duties and Responsibilities

    Chapter 4: Employer's General Duty

    Chapter 5: Recordkeeping Requirements

    Chapter 6: Safety Incentive Programs

    Chapter 7: Significant Standards

    Chapter 8: Inspections

    Chapter 9: Citations and Penalties

    Chapter 10: Settling Citations

    Chapter 11: Procedural and Affirmative Defenses

    Chapter 12: Criminal Penalties

    Chapter 13: Developing a Comprehensive Health and Safety Program

    Chapter 14: Whistleblower Protection

    Chapter 15: Emergency Response and Preparedness

    Appendix A: Required Postings

    Appendix B: Forms for Recording Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses

    Appendix C: Partially Exempt Industries from OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements

    Appendix D: Safety Checklist

    Appendix E: State Plan Review Commissions/Boards

    Appendix F: State Plan Notice of Contest Timeline

    Appendix G: Emergency Action Plan Checklist

    Appendix H: Safety Strategies

    Appendix I: Model Written Lockout/Tagout Program

    Appendix J: National, Regional, Local and Special Emphasis Inspection Programs

    Appendix K: OSHA Injury and Illness Recordability Worksheet

    Appendix L: Handling Violence in the Workplace

    Appendix M: OSHA Increases Focus on Safety for Temporary Employees

    Appendix N: OSHA Fact Sheet

    Forms and Policies

    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

    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 and Rights & Responsibilities

    WH-382 Designation Notice

    I-9 Form (2017 - 2019)

    I-9 Form Instructions (2017 - 2019)

    Immigration Compliance and Acknowledgment Form

    I-9 Form (2017 -2019)

    I-9 Form Instructions (2017 - 2019)

    No-Match Checklist

    Company Use Job Description

    Sample Job Questionairre

    At-Will Employment Application

    Form I-9 (2017 - 2019)

    Form I-9 Instructions (2017 - 2019)

    Model Employment At-Will Policy

    Model Offer Letter

    Sample Job Description Form

    A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)

    Sample Adverse Employment Action Notice

    Sample FCRA Notice

    Sample Attendance and Punctuality Policy

    Sample Drug and Alcohol Use Policy Statement

    Sample Employee Acknowledgment

    Sample Standards of Conduct-Disciplinary Policy

    Sample Hours of Work Policy

    Sample Reasonable Break Time for Nursing Mothers Policy

    Acknowledgment Form for All Employees Regarding Email Use and Monitoring

    Confidentiality Acknowledgment Form

    Sample Internet Acceptable Use Policy

    Sample Social Media Policy

    Global Workplace Policy

    Sample Reasonable Accommodations Policy

    Application for Family and Medical Leave of Absence

    Sample Employer Response to Request for Family and Medical Leave of Absence

    Sample Family and Medical Leave Act Policy

    Sample Documentation of Counseling

    Sample Final Written Warning (Conduct)

    Sample Final Written Warning (Performance)

    Sample Memorandum of Counseling

    Sample Exit Interview Form

    Sample Separation Agreement and Release (for Employees Age 40 and Older)

    Sample Separation Agreement and Release (for Employees under Age 40)

    Sample Separation Checklist

    Sample Notice of Special Enrollment Rights

    OSHA Poster - Job Safety, It's the Law

    OSHA Form 300A - Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses

    OSHA Form 300 - Forms for Recording Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses

    Model Written Lockout-Tag Out Program