It’s your head start on employment law
The employee-employer relationship can be complex, especially considering the variety of legal issues, rights, and obligations surrounding it – including immigration and citizenship. Are you prepared to represent your business clients during tense employment situations?
You’ll find answers to your most important employment law questions in Employment Law. Each chapter focuses on a specific area of employment law, allowing you to target your research more efficiently and advise your clients more effectively.
Get answers with this resource
Need to understand the differences between Wisconsin’s family and medical leave law and the federal law? There are subtle differences, discussed in detail in Chapter 1.
Got a client looking to close all or part of a business, or reduce its workforce below a certain level? Check out Chapter 6, where Wisconsin and federal plant closing statutes are discussed.
And that’s not all. Get a handy synopsis of key employee benefit concepts regarding for-profit organizations, to become more confident in your dealings with clients
Prevent trouble before it happens
Forewarning your business clients of possible employment liabilities can be invaluable. Here’s how Employment Law can help you to:
- Protect your clients from sanctions and fines – even jail – for hiring undocumented workers, while at the same time respecting the civil liberties of all employees.
- Better counsel your clients on the proper drafting and enforcement of employment contracts.
- Distinguish among the nuances of Wisconsin’s employment discrimination and sexual harassment laws, so you can advise your clients on harassment complaints and potential liability, and offer proven remedies.
- Review state and federal laws and regulations regarding hours and wages, because employers who violate them can be subject to significant sanctions and penalties.
So whether you need to figure out if an employer can consider certain traffic offenses as grounds for termination, or the details of Wisconsin’s Worker’s Compensation Act, consider Employment Law your time-saving guide.
Organized to save you time
You’ll find that Employment Law is packed with relevant case law, time-saving practice tips, checklists, cautions, caveats, sample language, and practice guides. Citation is easy with a table of cases, a table of statutes, regulations, and rules, plus a complete index. You’ll also appreciate the standard system of internal section numbering for easy cross-reference.