Managing people is a tricky businessaand managers and small business owners need a clear understanding of the essentials of human resources to survive. The original edition of The Manageras Guide to HR provided readers with a plain-English introduction to the regulations, rights, and responsibilities related to hiring and firing, benefits, compensation, documentation, performance evaluations, training, and more. But much has changed since then. Extensively revised, the second edition covers all the key areas and brings readers up to speed on current developments in employment law, including: ac How social media is changing the recruitment landscape ac Shifting labor standards regarding compensation and benefits ac The National Labor Relations Boardas stance on work-related employee speech on social media ac The Employee Retirement Income Security Act ac New record-keeping requirements ac Amendments to the Family and Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act ac And more Featuring step-by-step guidance on everything from COBRA compliance to privacy issues, this trusted resource is nowaonce againathe most up to date.... ls Foreseeab/e An employee must provide the employer with at least thirty days of advance notice before FMLA leave ... treatment for a serious health condition of the employee or ofa family member, or for a qualifying military FMLA reason.
|Title||:||The Manager's Guide to HR|
|Publisher||:||AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn - 2013-08-07|