The HR & EMPLOYMENT LAW COMPLIANCE GUIDE
In order to get a driver’s license, your state requires you to know the “rules of the road” and the expectations it has of drivers. Your state even publishes a “Driver’s Guide” so that you can know what those “rules” and expectations are and how to comply with them.
What federal or state agency provides you with a similar “Guide” regarding the “rules of the road” for the multiple federal and state employment laws with which your organization must comply? How does your organization avoid being a target for claims of unlawful discrimination or harassment?
Without such a “Guide”, how is your business expected to know how to comply with:
♦ the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)?
♦ the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)?
♦ Title VII of the Civil Rights Act?
♦ the ADA & the ADAAA?
♦ Child Labor Laws?
♦ the Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act (GINA)?
♦ the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA)?
♦ other such federal or state laws?
The HR & EMPLOYMENT LAW COMPLIANCE GUIDE was created and is provided to help you know (by threshold numbers of employees) the employment laws with which your organization is expected to be in compliance, notice/poster requirements, and other “rules of the road” regarding those laws AND to help you not be a target for claims of unlawful discrimination or harassment.
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