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Conducting the Employment Practices Audit 2020 Edition

This comprehensive guide covers the ever-changing labor and employment law landscape and includes numerous policies, questionnaires, and checklists.

Employment attorneys, human resource professionals, and business owners face a torrent of ever-expanding and ever-changing labor and employment laws and issues. A regular review of employment-related documents, polices, and procedures will help ensure compliance with these laws. This handbook assists in identifying and understanding the many important labor and employment issues that have the potential to create legal and practical problems if not promptly and effectively addressed. It is full of sample language, policies, questionnaires, checklists, and charts, including a sample employment agreement, employee handbook questionnaire, and employee handbook; checklists for personnel file contents, accidents, and drug-free workplaces; federal employment law charts; and sample policies for e-mail system usage, record retention, accident and injury reports, substance testing, Family and Medical Leave Act issues, and Americans with Disabilities Act policies and procedures. Other topics covered include the hiring process, affirmative action, antidiscrimination and antiharassment, child labor laws, employee discipline and termination, reductions in force, the National Labor Relations Act, independent contractors, and workers’ compensation.

Chapter 1 — Introduction
Peter J. Gillespie, Laner Muchin, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 2 — Practical and Legal Considerations Prior to Conducting the Audit
Nancy E. Sasamoto, Masuda, Funai, Eifert & Mitchell, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 3 — Hiring Process and Related Issues
Marco A. Moreno, Moreno & Villarrubia LLP, Indianapolis

Chapter 4 — Affirmative Action and Drug-Free Workplaces: Federal Government Contractor Considerations
Michael R. Lied, Howard & Howard Attorneys PLLC, Peoria

Chapter 5 — Employment Agreements
Richard P. Mcardle and Tracy M. Billows, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Antidiscrimination and Antiharassment Policies and Training
Daniel R. Bryer, Allstate, Northbrook, and Mark J. Sobczak, Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Personnel Records and Posting of Notices
Jeffrey A. Risch, SmithAmundsen LLC, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Wage and Hour Issues and Child Labor Laws
David E. Krchak and Eric S. Chovanec, Thomas Mamer LLP, Champaign

Chapter 9 — Discipline and Termination Issues
John F. Kuenstler, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Reductions in Force
Jeffrey A. Risch, SmithAmundsen LLC, Chicago, and Michael F. Hughes, SmithAmundsen LLC, St. Charles

Chapter 11 — Compliance with the National Labor Relations Act
Joshua L. Ditelberg, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, Chicago

Chapter 12 — Independent Contractors and Other Nonemployees
Paul H. Burmeister, Davis & Campbell L.L.C., Chicago

Chapter 13 — The Audit Report and Follow-Up
Michael V. Furlong, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 14 — Workers’ Compensation Compliance and Preparedness Audit
Noah A. Frank, Enlivant, Chicago

Chapter 15 — Appendix
Jeffrey A. Risch, SmithAmundsen LLC, Chicago

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Employment attorneys, human resource professionals, and business owners face a torrent of ever-expanding and ever-changing labor and employment laws and issues. A regular review of employment-related documents, polices, and procedures will help ensure compliance with these laws. This handbook assists in identifying and understanding the many important labor and employment issues that have the potential to create legal and practical problems if not promptly and effectively addressed. It is full of sample language, policies, questionnaires, checklists, and charts, including a sample employment agreement, employee handbook questionnaire, and employee handbook; checklists for personnel file contents, accidents, and drug-free workplaces; federal employment law charts; and sample policies for e-mail system usage, record retention, accident and injury reports, substance testing, Family and Medical Leave Act issues, and Americans with Disabilities Act policies and procedures. Other topics covered include the hiring process, affirmative action, antidiscrimination and antiharassment, child labor laws, employee discipline and termination, reductions in force, the National Labor Relations Act, independent contractors, and workers’ compensation.

Chapter 1 — Introduction
Peter J. Gillespie, Laner Muchin, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 2 — Practical and Legal Considerations Prior to Conducting the Audit
Nancy E. Sasamoto, Masuda, Funai, Eifert & Mitchell, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 3 — Hiring Process and Related Issues
Marco A. Moreno, Moreno & Villarrubia LLP, Indianapolis

Chapter 4 — Affirmative Action and Drug-Free Workplaces: Federal Government Contractor Considerations
Michael R. Lied, Howard & Howard Attorneys PLLC, Peoria

Chapter 5 — Employment Agreements
Richard P. Mcardle and Tracy M. Billows, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Antidiscrimination and Antiharassment Policies and Training
Daniel R. Bryer, Allstate, Northbrook, and Mark J. Sobczak, Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Personnel Records and Posting of Notices
Jeffrey A. Risch, SmithAmundsen LLC, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Wage and Hour Issues and Child Labor Laws
David E. Krchak and Eric S. Chovanec, Thomas Mamer LLP, Champaign

Chapter 9 — Discipline and Termination Issues
John F. Kuenstler, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Reductions in Force
Jeffrey A. Risch, SmithAmundsen LLC, Chicago, and Michael F. Hughes, SmithAmundsen LLC, St. Charles

Chapter 11 — Compliance with the National Labor Relations Act
Joshua L. Ditelberg, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, Chicago

Chapter 12 — Independent Contractors and Other Nonemployees
Paul H. Burmeister, Davis & Campbell L.L.C., Chicago

Chapter 13 — The Audit Report and Follow-Up
Michael V. Furlong, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 14 — Workers’ Compensation Compliance and Preparedness Audit
Noah A. Frank, Enlivant, Chicago

Chapter 15 — Appendix
Jeffrey A. Risch, SmithAmundsen LLC, Chicago

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