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permissible overtime statement in Canadian offer letters

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Continuing Education Mandate Policy

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Executive Coach Referral in Southern California (LA) area

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Employee Commission Payment after Quitting

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Handling of employment lit by insurance carrier

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Collection Options

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Personal Cell Phone and Internet Use at Work

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Committee Developed Resources

Sample Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreement

Apr 2017 Form & Policy Members Only
This is a sample confidentiality and non-disclosure agreement between company and employee.

Top Ten Employee Leave Developments and Trends

Feb 2017 Top Ten
Sponsored by Jackson Lewis P.C.
The legal and regulatory landscape is complex and varying, and the rules appear to be continuously changing. Keeping up with recent developments is important to lowering the risk of missteps and ...

Employment Law Compliance - It's Not Just the Employer's Responsibility

Jan 2017 Primer
In Australia, the main statute regulating employment law is the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (FWA).  Among other things, the FWA sets out a framework for a "safety net" of minimum terms and conditions ...

How to Handle an OSHA Inspection

Aug 2016 InfoPAK Members Only
Sponsored by Jackson Lewis P.C.
This updated InfoPAK will provide in-house counsel with information on basic Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) compliance and how to handle an OSHA inspection. OSHA is particularly ...

Top Ten Data Privacy Developments in Employment and Labor Law

Jul 2016 Top Ten
Sponsored by Jackson Lewis P.C.
Technology, compliance, and data privacy and security are among the most critical issues business leaders are grappling with globally. In most queries of top executives, these areas remain at the ...

The 2016 LMRDA Final Persuader Rule What Does It Mean?

Jul 2016 QuickCounsel
Sponsored by Jackson Lewis P.C.
This QuickCounsel addresses the LMRDA (Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act) final persuader rule.

Gender Identity and Expression in the Workplace

Jul 2016 Form & Policy Members Only
Sponsored by Jackson Lewis P.C.
This list of best practices provides a beginning framework for maintaining an inclusive, non-discriminatory work environment.

Gender Transition in the Workplace

Jul 2016 Form & Policy Members Only
Sponsored by Jackson Lewis P.C.
This checklist identifies some key considerations when a transgender employee undergoes a “gender transition”—a term used to describe the process or “transition” through which a person modifies his ...

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