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Employment Law for Human Resources Professionals: Fourteen Ways to Ward Off Shark Attack Kara E. Shea Miller & Martin PLLC June 13, 2005
Fourteen Essential Things to Know:
1. The Supervisor’s Role in the Hiring Process Notes, comments, questions and discussion must be focused on the job.
2. Wage & Hour Basics Supervisors need a basic understanding of wage and hour laws so they can avoid making costly mistakes.
3. Performance Evaluations
5. Handling “Problem Employees”
6. Whistle Blowing/Retaliation
8. Age Discrimination
9. FMLA Refer FMLA issues to Human Resources.
10. ADA Be aware of ADA and seek advice from Human Resources; many impairments are not ADA disabilities.
11. Employee Threats
12. Employee Terminations The way you handle the termination may determine whether or not you get sued.
13. Separation Agreements
14. Unemployment Compensation Claims
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