HR 101: Employment Law Guidance for Managers and Supervisors

Many managers and supervisors are aware that sexual harassment is illegal, that the ADA stands for the Americans with Disabilities Act, and they might possess general knowledge of the I-9 process, but they often don't have enough depth or breadth to their knowledge to know how to prevent problems from happening or promptly correct them when they do.

Our managers don’t have to be HR experts – that’s where Human Resources comes in. However, as a manager, it’s important to understand and know current employment laws, practices, and regulations set by federal, state, and local governments in order to treat your employees consistently and fairly and avoid legal liability for your organization.

Join us on Clatid to develop an understanding of the basic principles of specific Federal and State laws which will assist them in heading off employee relations problems and legal challenges. This knowledge will provide you with the confidence to address and handle employee issues that if handled correctly, can lead to fewer problems and lessen the possibility of lawsuits.


What will You Learn?

-Federal and State legislation you need to be knowledgeable of – get the details!
-Amendments to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
-Disparate Impact and Disparate Treatment
-Discrimination and the EEOC
-Immigration and the I-9 Process
-Employment at Will Doctrine
-Workers Compensation legislation
-Documentation is your best friend!
-The importance of partnering with Human Resources


Get Answers to

-What are the fundamentals of Federal and State laws which will give you a level of confidence when addressing employee issues?
-What's the importance of developing solid documentation and how that documentation benefits both the employee AND the employer?
-What's EEOC’s process when investigating claims of discrimination and harassment?
-What's the importance of partnering with HR?
-Which Federal and State laws do managers and supervisors need to be knowledgeable about?
-At what point should issues be escalated to HR?
-How Federal laws might intersect with one another and with state laws?



Who Will Benefit?

-Senior Leadership
-Human Resource Managers
-Managers and Supervisors
-Team Leaders
-Compliance Professionals

You may ask your Question directly to our expert during the Q&A session.


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