How to Comply with Federal Employee Laws: The Complete Guide for Employers Written in Plain English.Can an employee be forced to take a drug or alcohol test? What are your responsibilities to an employee with a disability? These are the type of questions answered in How to Comply With Federal Employee Laws by Sheldon
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In an age where employee lawsuits are becoming commonplace This article is about the commonplace book. For the music album, see commonplace (album).
Commonplace books (or commonplaces) emerged in the 15th century with the availability of cheap paper for writing, mainly in England. , this book is a valuable resource. Besides, understanding employee rights will help employers create a positive work environment and build employee loyalty, as London notes.
While the book doesn't include specific state laws, the author does address some sensitive issues, including sex and age discrimination, AIDS in the workplace, pregnant worker's rights and OSHA OSHA
Occupational Safety and Health Administration, a branch of the US Department of Labor responsible for establishing and enforcing safety and health standards in the workplace. requirements. A nice bonus is the model employee handbook An employee handbook (or employee manual) details guidelines, expectations and procedures of a business or company to its employees.
Employee handbooks are given to employees on one of the first days of his/her job, in order to acquaint them with their new company and that London provides, along with the pull-outs of all required workplace posters.