Avoid your state’s HR legal landmines
Toe the line on federal employment law and state law could still trip you up. In fact, a growing number of aggressive attorneys no longer stop with federal laws like FMLA, ADA and FLSA. They're using state and local living-wage statutes, rural codes, plus discrimination and other laws to sue employers for sky’s-the-limit damages.
Plus, they can sue you personally. That means your bank account, your home and everything else you’ve worked for is at risk every time you make an HR decision at work.
The HR Specialist's State Employment Law print newsletters deliver state-specific guidance to help sue-proof every aspect of HR. Written in plain English, they’re your insurance policy for staying in step with current interpretations of state and local laws – and out of court.
Valuable companions to the national HR Specialist Employment Law newsletter, these monthly print newsletters reveal landmines hidden in your own state’s employment laws, such as:
- One simple (but common) mistake that triggers FMLA lawsuits
- How even the smallest work-rule changes can open the door to unions
- How to collect FMLA medical-leave proof the right way
- Why allowing managers to yell at employees can go to court as “emotional distress”
- How to avoid huge negligence lawsuits over employees’ online activities
- The legal fine points of preparing that last paycheck
- How to legally handle an employee’s request to see his personnel file.
Each state-specific newsletter connects you with exclusive features:
- Solutions, News, and Real-World Case Studies: Get many ready-to-implement strategies for avoiding court, fines and personal liability involving state and local employment laws and how those laws interact with federal laws such as FMLA, ADA, and FLSA.
- HR Resources: Free reports and tools including your state’s guidance on wiping out fraud and abuse under FMLA, how to handle payroll reporting for tip-earning employees, ready-to-use forms and more.
- Legal Briefs: At-a-glance summaries of how recent cases from your state courts affect everything from ADA, discipline, sexual harassment, and other lawsuit-triggering areas.
- The Mailbag: YOUR employment law questions answered by the editor -- an experience, reputable employment law attorney in your state.
- Weekly E-Letter and HR Legal Alerts: Sent via e-mail, these updates provide early-warning intelligence on the latest HR news and practices.
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Each subscription includes a Special Report on the most critical employment laws in your state and how to make those laws work for you – not against you.
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