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Federal Plus HR Library

Comprehensive guidelines to An Employer's Guide to FMLA and ADA, Employment Verification: Immigration, Form I-9, and E-Verify, Hiring, Firing and Discipline and Wages and Hours - An Employer's Guide in four soft-cover books. The entire package also includes updated online access, email notifications and an inclusive weekly e-newsletter. More Details
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Federal Pro HR Library

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. More Details
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Federal Prime HR Library

Comprehensive guidelines to Hiring, Firing and Discipline and Wages and Hours - An Employer's Guide and in two soft-cover books. The entire package also includes updated online access, email notifications and an inclusive weekly e-newsletter.

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Product Details

Law Firm: Ford & Harrison LLP, Squire Patton Boggs, The Cavanagh Law Firm P.A.
Authors: C. John Wentzell, Jr., David A. Selden, Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., Ellisa H. Culp, Eric D. Penkert, Frank L. Day, Jr., Heidi Nunn-Gilman, Jeanne E. Floyd, Jennifer L. Sellers, Jill S. Kirila, Julie A. Pace, LaTanyia S. Walker, Meghan E. Hill, Nancy Van der Veer Holt, Robbin Hutton, Shennan Harris, Thomas M. Christina, Vance E. Drawdy

Description

The Federal Plus HR Library includes four books and online access to 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 four publication will help you answer questions such as:

  • 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?
  • Plus hundreds of other crucial topics!

Written by top Federal attorneys, the Federal Plus HR Library features:

  • Four hard copy books and online user access to each book
  • 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.

Have more questions?  Give our customer service team a call at 866-439-2227



Tables of Contents

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

About the Firm
About the Authors
Chapter 1 Snapshot
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 the Firm
About the Authors
Chapter 1 Snapshot
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

About the Firm
About the Authors
Chapter 1: Snapshot
Chapter 2: Overview
Chapter 3: Covered employers
Chapter 4: Workers not covered by the FLSA
Chapter 5: Leased or temporary employees
Chapter 6: White-collar exemptions
Chapter 7: Additional exemptions
Chapter 8: Non-exempt employees – minimum wage requirements
Chapter 9: Non-exempt employees – overtime compensation
Chapter 10: Non-exempt employees – what counts as “wages”?
Chapter 11 Non-exempt employees – determining work time
Chapter 12: Deductions from pay
Chapter 13: FLSA 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



Customer Reviews

The Employee's Benefits Guide is particularly helpful because the institution strives to provide the best quality benefits to attract and retain valuable employees; and one way to do this is to have a thorough knowledge and understand of how to make these benefits work for the employees.

at Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tennessee
Our company does not have an official Human Resources Department. I have what is known as *hands on* H.R. training. Your human resource publications have guided me through many issues such as I-9, FMLA and policy book. The money I spend for the publications each year have more than paid for themselves.

at S&S Food Stores, Lake City, Florida

hrsimple.com is a must-have not only for HR professionals in the state, but for labor and employee relations professionals, employment lawyers and small business owners. It is comprehensive in scope, addressing the many legal and compliance issues that face employers from recruiting to retirement. Yet, despite the wide range of issues covered, and the complexity of those issues, information is easy to find and comprehend, avoiding much of the legal-speak that can often be difficult to interpret.



at Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc., Chicago, Illinois

Product Details

Law Firm: Fisher & Phillips LLP, Ford & Harrison LLP, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C., Squire Patton Boggs, The Cavanagh Law Firm P.A.
Authors: C. John Wentzell, Jr., David A. Selden, Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., Ellisa H. Culp, Eric D. Penkert, Frank L. Day, Jr., Heidi Nunn-Gilman, Jeanne E. Floyd, Jennifer L. Sellers, Jill S. Kirila, Julie A. Pace, LaTanyia S. Walker, Meghan E. Hill, Nancy Van der Veer Holt, Robbin Hutton, Shennan Harris, Thomas M. Christina, Vance E. Drawdy

Description

The 2017 Federal Pro HR Library includes four 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 publication 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:

  • Six soft cover books and online user access to each book
  • 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.

Have more questions?  Give our customer service team a call at 866-439-2227



Tables of Contents

An Employer’s Guide to FMLA and ADA

About the Firm
About the Author
Introduction
Snapshot
1. The Family and Medical Leave Act
2. FMLA definitions
3. Employer coverage and employee eligibility
4. Reasons for leave
5. Serious health conditions
6. Military leave under the FMLA
7. Length of leave
8. Notice and documentation – employee obligations and employer challenges
9. Certifications necessary for leave
10. Employer notice and documentation requirements
11. Employee rights under the FMLA
12. Enforcement of the FMLA
13. FMLA and DOL updates
14. Introduction to the ADA
15. The ADA Amendments Act
16. Employers and ADA protection
17. “Disability” in detail
18. Reasonable accommodation under the ADA
19. The Pregnancy Discrimination Act
20. How the ADA impacts your business
21. Enforcement of the ADA
A. Leave and other state laws

Employee Benefits – An Employer's Guide

About the Firm
About the Author
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 Firm
About the Authors
Chapter 1 Snapshot
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 the Firm
About the Authors
Chapter 1 Snapshot
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

About the Firm
About the Authors
Chapter 1: Snapshot
Chapter 2: Overview
Chapter 3: Covered employers
Chapter 4: Workers not covered by the FLSA
Chapter 5: Leased or temporary employees
Chapter 6: White-collar exemptions
Chapter 7: Additional exemptions
Chapter 8: Non-exempt employees – minimum wage requirements
Chapter 9: Non-exempt employees – overtime compensation
Chapter 10: Non-exempt employees – what counts as “wages”?
Chapter 11 Non-exempt employees – determining work time
Chapter 12: Deductions from pay
Chapter 13: FLSA 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 the Firm
About the Author
1. Snapshot
2. Introduction
3. Duties and responsibilities
4. Employer's general duty
5. OSHA recordkeeping requirements
6. Significant standards
7. Inspections
8. Citations and civil penalties
9. Settling citations
10. Procedural and affirmative defenses
11. Criminal penalties
12. Developing a comprehensive health and safety program
13. Whistleblower protection
14. Emergency response and preparedness
A. Required postings
B. OSHA Forms 300 and 300A
C. Reporting fatalities, hospitalization, amputation, loss of eye incidents
D. Partially exempt industries from OSHA recordkeeping requirements
E. Safety checklist
F. Inspection checklist
G. U.S. Department of Labor regional OSHA offices
H. Directory of states with approved occupational safety and health plans
I. State plan review commissions/boards
J. State plan notice of contest timeline
K. Safety and health management systems
L. Sample emergency action plan
M. Emergency action plan checklist
N. Safety and health policy
O. Model written hazard communication program
P. Time period for filing complaint under whistleblower statutes
Q. Company’s commitment to safety
R. Safety strategies
S. Model written lock out/tag out program
T. Hazard assessment form
U. Vaccination acknowledgment
V. National, regional, Local, and special emphasis inspection programs
W. OSHA’s frequently cited “low-hanging fruit” standards
X. OSHA Injury & Illness Recordability Worksheet
Y. Getting off OSHA’s Severe Violator’s Enforcement Program
Z. Union Representatives and Walk-around Inspections
AA. Safety-Incentive Programs
BB. Publishing worker injury data
CC. Handling violence in the workplace
DD. OSHA increases focus on safety for temporary employees
EE. Occupational injury and illness reporting policy



Customer Reviews

The Employee's Benefits Guide is particularly helpful because the institution strives to provide the best quality benefits to attract and retain valuable employees; and one way to do this is to have a thorough knowledge and understand of how to make these benefits work for the employees.

at Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tennessee
Our company does not have an official Human Resources Department. I have what is known as *hands on* H.R. training. Your human resource publications have guided me through many issues such as I-9, FMLA and policy book. The money I spend for the publications each year have more than paid for themselves.

at S&S Food Stores, Lake City, Florida

hrsimple.com is a must-have not only for HR professionals in the state, but for labor and employee relations professionals, employment lawyers and small business owners. It is comprehensive in scope, addressing the many legal and compliance issues that face employers from recruiting to retirement. Yet, despite the wide range of issues covered, and the complexity of those issues, information is easy to find and comprehend, avoiding much of the legal-speak that can often be difficult to interpret.



at Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc., Chicago, Illinois

Product Details

Law Firm: Ford & Harrison LLP, Squire Patton Boggs
Authors: C. John Wentzell, Jr., David A. Selden, Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., Ellisa H. Culp, Eric D. Penkert, Frank L. Day, Jr., Heidi Nunn-Gilman, Jeanne E. Floyd, Jennifer L. Sellers, Jill S. Kirila, Julie A. Pace, LaTanyia S. Walker, Meghan E. Hill, Nancy Van der Veer Holt, Robbin Hutton, Shennan Harris, Thomas M. Christina, Vance E. Drawdy

Description

The 2018 Federal Pro HR Library includes four books and online access to Hiring Firing and Discipline Manual and Wages and Hours — An Employer's Guide

These publications will help you answer questions such as:

  • 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?
  • Plus hundreds of other crucial topics!

Keeping up with employment regulations is complex work for any business.  But good human resources guidance can help employers steer clear of added risk and costly lawsuits.  For years, the Federal Prime HR Library has helped employers and HR personnel find answers quickly.  This is a comprehensive guide to help employers -- from pre-hire through termination.  

Written by top Federal attorneys, the Federal Prime HR Library features:

  • Two soft cover books and online access to the Wages and Hours — An Employers Guide and Hiring, Firing and Discipline for Employers. 
  • 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 employment law topics and help you deal with them.

Have more questions?  Give our customer service team a call at 866-439-2227



Table of Contents

Hiring, Firing and Discipline for Employers

About the Firm
About the Authors
Chapter 1 Snapshot
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

About the Firm
About the Authors
Chapter 1: Snapshot
Chapter 2: Overview
Chapter 3: Covered employers
Chapter 4: Workers not covered by the FLSA
Chapter 5: Leased or temporary employees
Chapter 6: White-collar exemptions
Chapter 7: Additional exemptions
Chapter 8: Non-exempt employees – minimum wage requirements
Chapter 9: Non-exempt employees – overtime compensation
Chapter 10: Non-exempt employees – what counts as “wages”?
Chapter 11 Non-exempt employees – determining work time
Chapter 12: Deductions from pay
Chapter 13: FLSA 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



Customer Reviews

The Employee's Benefits Guide is particularly helpful because the institution strives to provide the best quality benefits to attract and retain valuable employees; and one way to do this is to have a thorough knowledge and understand of how to make these benefits work for the employees.

at Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tennessee
Our company does not have an official Human Resources Department. I have what is known as *hands on* H.R. training. Your human resource publications have guided me through many issues such as I-9, FMLA and policy book. The money I spend for the publications each year have more than paid for themselves.

at S&S Food Stores, Lake City, Florida

hrsimple.com is a must-have not only for HR professionals in the state, but for labor and employee relations professionals, employment lawyers and small business owners. It is comprehensive in scope, addressing the many legal and compliance issues that face employers from recruiting to retirement. Yet, despite the wide range of issues covered, and the complexity of those issues, information is easy to find and comprehend, avoiding much of the legal-speak that can often be difficult to interpret.



at Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc., Chicago, Illinois