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"Managers face potential legal issues on a daily basis. If you manage people, you should read this book. At times it seems that employee advocacy and protecting company rights and assets are at odds with each other; this book offers a practical approach to attaining both simultaneously!"
— DeShawn Clayton, human resources manager, The Pepsi Bottling Group
"It's clear that experience and common sense are not enough to insure that you will avoid legal issues involving all the aspects of managing people. In A Manager's Guide to Employment Law, Dana Muir provides us with some compelling examples and clear explanations that underscore this point."
— John E. Brune, supervisor specialty engine and components, Powertrain R&D, Ford Motor Company
"Everyone who manages people will want to read this book. In today's work environment no manager can afford to make mistakes that result in legal liability."
— Jack Sinometti, Adjunct Professor of Executive Education, University of Michigan
Dana M. Muir is associate professor of business law at the University of Michigan Business School, where she teaches in executive education and the UMBS M.B.A. program. She was recently appointed delegate to the White House and Congressional National Savings Summits. Previously, she spent nine years in human resources at the Chrysler Corporation and practiced law at two large firms.