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This video is designed to familiarize managers with the issues surrounding the dynamics of sexual (and other) harassment in today's workplace. It works toward a basic understanding of the interpersonal and legal issues underlying employer and employee responsibilities to prevent workplace harassment. Keys to avoiding harassment and minimizing employer liability related to harassment issues are fully explored. For an even greater in-depth discussion of workplace harassment you may be interested in our "Workplace Harassment" deskbook.
This checklist is designed to assist you, the interviewer, in identifying suitable job candidates through proven interviewing techniques. It is also designed to assist you in staying within the legal boundaries set by federal and state laws for employee recruitment and hiring. It should be used in conjunction with the "Recruitment and Hiring Standard Operating Procedures" and the “Avoiding Discrimination in the Interviewing Process” chart.
The National Labor Relations Board's rules now permit “ambush” or “quickie” union elections. This rule – which took effect in April 2015 – stacks the deck in favor of labor organizations trying to unionize your company. By dramatically shortening the timeframe between when a union files its organizing petition with the NLRB and when the employees must vote on whether to become unionized, the rule limits every union-free employer’s opportunity to adequately communicate its position on unionization to its employees. Don’t be caught unprepared!
This video focuses on: (1) how to recognize the difference between a training problem and a motivation problem; (2) how to motivate unmotivated employees; and (3) how to perform legally defensible progressive discipline, up to and including discharge. For a further discussion on this topic, check out our "Managing the Non-Performing Employee" deskbook.
This web-based workshop was designed to assist managers in their day-to-day administration of troublesome personnel issues with the objective of minimizing the increasing risks of employment law litigation. This video addresses this confusing area of the law in a practical, easily understood way. It presents the essentials of constructive and effective employee documentation and discipline, and also undertakes a practical review of how managers can take a proactive approach in assisting their organizations’ response to an increasingly litigious work force. It both “demystifies” key employment law concepts and provides an important working knowledge of the basic legal framework encompassing work force management.