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Why NOT treat your staff like kindergartners? The Week in Review

Employee handbooks: Required changes in the new rulings
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Does your handbook reflect the latest DOL and Supreme Court rules?
August 23, 2015
Does your anti-discrimination statement include sexual orientation and transsexual discrimination? Have you provided clear rules on overtime and off-the-clock work? Have you updated your benefits and FMLA policies to reflect the new rights of same-sex married couples, based on the new Supreme Court ruling? Here is what you need to know to get your Employee Handbook in order... Read More

Help supervisors understand the implications of their actions
August 24, 2015
Do your supervisors know which job-interview questions spark lawsuits? Or which words written in performance evaluations are almost GUARANTEED to trigger discrimination lawsuits? Do they understand the recent changes to employment-related laws? If not, their lack of basic employment-law knowledge is putting your organization at risk. Read More

Practical advice on managing FMLA leave
August 25, 2015
Chalk it up to the price of success. Your company is one of America's 300,000 firms with 50 or more employees. Congratulations! You're the backbone of our economy -- and Congress has rewarded you by passing the Family and Medical Leave Act and applying it to your company. Read More

Why not treat your staff like kindergartners?
August 26, 2015
Teachers are some of the first "managers" people ever encounter. They organize each day to get maximum results from their charges and encounter a variety of motivation levels, aptitudes and communication challenges along the way. (Sound like your office?) In honor of back-to-school season, here are five ideas worth borrowing from teachers for your own workplace: Read More

Transferred from a nice boss to a horrible boss: Is that discrimination?
August 27, 2015
Some managers are like Michael Scott in "The Office," allowing all sorts of shenanigans to slide by and never handing down any punishment (other than to Toby). In comparison, other bosses are quick-trigger disciplinarians from the mold of Miranda Priestly (Devil Wears Prada) or Monty Burns (The Simpsons). So what happens when an office suddenly encounters a seismic shift from a softie to a tough-guy boss? Read More

Let's boil down ACA compliance: Part 1
August 28, 2015
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is here to stay. At its core, ACA compliance requires you to take four significant steps: 1.)Test whether you're subject to the law. 2.) Define your full-time employees who must be offered group coverage. 3.) Ensure that the coverage offered meets certain minimum standards. 4.) Report those offers of coverage to full-time employees and the IRS. This week, we look at employer testing. Read More

Your crystal ball: What employees want and don't want
August 29, 2015
Wouldn't it be great if you had a crystal ball to see what each employee wants or doesn't want? You'll know exactly just what to give to whom and when to get the most out of everyone. Unfortunately, crystal balls or other clairvoyance devices don't exist. But all is not lost. Here are some surefire things everyone on your staff wants --- and doesn't want --- at all times. Read More

In this recorded session, Phillip provides practical answers and compliance tips on the Six Critical Risk Areas in which supervisors most often fail. You and your supervisors will learn:

1.Which questions asked during the hiring process can set up your organization for a discrimination or ADA lawsuit.

2.Which words on performance evaluations can support an employee's claim of discriminatory treatment.

3.How day-to-day supervisory decisions can lead to a claim of hostile environment, based on supervisors' inconsistent actions.

4.How a supervisor's involvement in the organization's problem-solving process can magnify an employee's bias claim.

5.How disciplinary mistakes made by supervisors can cause employees to believe they're targeted due to age, sex, race or another protected characteristic.

6.Why the termination process is the most common basis for employee lawsuits, and which careless errors can magnify that risk.

Employment Law 101 for Supervisors is the perfect way to help supervisors understand the implications of their actions and how those actions might inadvertently be supporting lawsuits against your organization — and possibly against supervisors or you personally! Yes, I want to avoid the mistakes that lead to litigation.

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