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The plain-English resource every employer, manager and HR professional needs.
New laws affect every aspect of being an employer -- from interviewing and hiring, to handling employee benefits to firing.
The most complete guide to your legal rights and responsibilities, The Employer's Legal Handbook shows you how to comply with the most recent workplace laws and regulations, run a safe and fair workplace and avoid lawsuits. Learn everything you need to know about:
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Attorney Fred S. Steingold practices law in Ann Arbor, Michigan. An expert on small business law, he represents and advises many small businesses. He is the author of Legal Guide for Starting & Running a Small Business and The Employer's Legal Handbook. His monthly column, "The Legal Advisor," is carried by trade publications across the country.Review:
To fully understand your rights and responsibilities as an employer, read The Employer's Legal Handbook. (Working Woman 20090101)
"Offers a sensible, real life approach to dealing with employees." (The Wall Street Journal 20070601)
"A bible for small business owners." (Small Business Opportunities 20070507)
"A comprehensive guide to the legal rights and obligations of employers." (Detroit News 20080307)
Valuable information on hiring and firing, personnel policies, workers' compensation, health and safety rules, privacy rights and everything else you need to manage your staff. (Accounting Today 20090101)
Ideal for those needing the basic guidelines for hiring and firing employees, as well as everything in between. (American Reference Books Annual 20090101)
A comprehensive guide to the legal rights and obligations of employers. (Detroit News 20090101)
Belongs on every business owner's bookshelf. It covers everything from discrimination to using independent contractors and is written clearly and concisely.... Save yourself thousands in potential legal fees. (Los Angeles Times 20090101)
A useful summary of the law as it affects employers in areas ranging from hiring to benefits to workers' compensation. (Nation's Business 20090101)
If you want to know Georgia's law on health-insurance continuation, Nevada's rule on family leave, or what constitutes illegal discrimination in Utah, this book is for you. (Orange County Register 20090101)
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