Employment Law: Going Beyond Compliance to Engagement and Empowerment

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-01-02
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
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Employment Law: Going Beyond Compliance to Engagement and Empowerment, by Rosemarie Feuerbach Twomey, focuses on the laws that have the greatest impact on the relationships between employers and employeesin particular, the common law governing the employment relationship which has dramatically changed the application of the employment at will doctrine, and the many statutory requirements of fair employment practices that promote equal opportunity to all employees.The book is premised on three core beliefs:1. Managers can gain a meaningful understanding of the laws that apply to the employer-employee relationship and the implications of those laws for how business is conducted.2. Compliance with employment laws is best accomplished by following effective management practices that include fair treatment of workers.3. Understanding, appreciating, and following the spirit of employment lawsand not being unreasonably constrained by the letter of those lawswill contribute significantly to the strategic goals of any organization.

Table of Contents

n++ Introduction
n++ Basic Legal Concepts And Forums
Alternative Dispute Resolution: Arbitration
Alternative Dispute Resolution: Mediation
n++ Employment Law And The Common Law
Employment at Will
Privacy Rights, Restrictive Covenants, and Intellectual Property
n++ Reaching For Equal Opportunity Based On Sex And Race
Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII)
Race and Color Discrimination
The Civil Rights Act of 1991, the Glass Ceiling Act, and the Pregnancy Discrimination Act
Sex Discrimination, the Equal Pay Act, and the Civil Rights Act
n++ REaching For Equal Opportunity Based On Religion, National Origin,Age, And Disability
Religious Discrimination
National Origin Discrimination and Immigration Issues
Age Discrimination
Disability Discrimination
Employment Benefits And Family Leave Law
The Family and Medical Leave Act, Workersn++ Compensation, and the ADA
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