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Complying with Employment Regulations, 2016-2017 Edition: Leading Lawyers on Analyzing Legislation and Adapting to the Changing State of Employment Law (Inside the Minds)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Aspatore
Copyright: 2016
ISBN: 9780314295378
Service #: 40890767
Sub #: 40890769
Pages: 100
Publication frequency: Annually
Update method: Additional volumes or binders

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Complying with Employment Regulations, 2016-2017 Edition: Leading Lawyers on Analyzing Legislation and Adapting to the Changing State of Employment Law (Inside the Minds)

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Complying with changes in employment laws can be tricky business. Companies are often hard-pressed to stay on top of evolving regulations, many of which are influenced by social forces outside their respective industries. To best help those companies and their employees understand these evolutions and respond to them, you need to know what the major obstacles are that stand in their way.

Complying with Employment Regulations will help you effectively navigate and ultimately overcome those challenges. Written by experienced partners from law firms across the nation, this book can give you an in-depth analysis on the increase in aggressive administration enforcement, and highlights the EEOC's focus on reducing discrimination, while encouraging new employee accommodations in the workplace. The top lawyers in this book offer you specific advice on avoiding employee misclassification and incorrectly calculating compensation rates, incorporating developments at the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) into client workplace policies, and keeping abreast of major court cases, such as Young v. UPS and Integrity Staffing Solutions Inc v. Busk. Inside, you will find that these authors outline everything from reviewing and updating employee handbooks and training programs to performing internal audits in order to avoid DOL investigations. These experts also stress the importance of tightening policies to be inclusive of diverse employees and to prevent possible violations. This book provides an insider's perspective on navigating and complying with recent decisions impacting employment law that you won't find anywhere else.