Personnel Law / Edition 4by Kenneth L. Sovereign
Pub. Date: 09/30/1998
Publisher: Prentice Hall
The Fourth Edition offers a comprehensive treatment of the entire subject of personnel law that reflects the author's personal experience as both a practicing lawyer and personnel director. Written in simple language that bridges the gap between law and human relations management, the new edition explores the legal considerations that occur when an
The Fourth Edition offers a comprehensive treatment of the entire subject of personnel law that reflects the author's personal experience as both a practicing lawyer and personnel director. Written in simple language that bridges the gap between law and human relations management, the new edition explores the legal considerations that occur when an employer-employee relationship is established, and focuses on permissible activities in handling personnel problems, when to seek legal counsel, and how to stay out of court. Offers new case law where the legal principles have been changed by the courts. Covers all the new statutes. Continues to find an economical way for the Epersonnel function to live with its law partner, whose principles are laid down by legislation and interpreted by the courts. An excellent resource for those in the personnel/ human resources field.
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Table of Contents
1. Influence of the Law on the Personnel Function.
2. Explanation of the Court Structure.
3. Alternative Dispute Resolution? (ADR)
4. Discrimination Under the Civil Rights Act of 1866 and Title VII.
5. Selecting Qualified Applicants.
6. Accommodation for Religion and Physical Handicaps.
7. Working Conditions Based on Sex.
8. Protection Against Age Discrimination in Employment.
9. Affirmative Action and Performance Appraisals.
10. Regulation of Benefit Plans and Effective Use of Employee Agreements.
11. The At-Will Doctrine.
12. Prevent Wrongful Discharge Litigation.
13. Balancing Employee Privacy Rights and Employer's Right to Know.
14. The Fair Labor Standards Act and Independent Contractors.
15. Safety Law.
16. Control of Workers' Compensation Costs.
17. How to Reduce Unemployment Compensation Costs.
18. Nonunion Employees Under the National Labor Relations Act.
19. Bargaining Under the National Labor Relations Act.
20. Management Malpractice.
21. The Direction of Personnel Law in the Late 1990s and 2000.
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