The latest Employment Law Handbook
– A Virtual Guide for Michigan Employers is now available!
One of the challenges facing today’s employers is keeping up with the legal changes that affect the workplace, especially during an evolving global health pandemic and transitional times. That’s where this latest handbook can help. Listen to a brief message from Amanda Toy, Sr Director of Corporate Partnerships, on what to expect from this year’s Employment Law Handbook.
The 2022 handbook is brimming with all the key and latest employment law information, including evolving workplace rules like COVID-19 accommodation requests, remote work guidelines and considerations given the state’s updated marijuana law and regulations, as well as sample forms and policies.
Compiled by trusted partners. The employment law experts at Miller Canfield scoured the state and federal information and changes that you need to know and the Michigan Chamber helped compile it in one complete, easy-to-use resource.
This year’s electronic format was crafted to make searching for content easier than ever before.
With active hyperlinks, you can simply search the Table of Contents or handbook for what you’re looking for, then click. It will jump right to that section.
The Content You Need
You’ll see helpful, high-level overviews as well as some essential general liability avoidance advice.
From there, the handbook has 22 comprehensive chapters and is broken out into three core volumes:
1. Hiring and Firing
Covering key areas like pre-hire employment practices and proper screening methods for job applicants, various pitfalls to avoid during the hiring process and the reporting requirements for new hires as well as immigration issues, discipline and discharge procedures and unemployment benefit issues – and everything in between.
2. Compensation and Benefit
Analyzing legal issues like various wage and hour issues, employee benefits laws, health care reform requirements, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and the importance and ways of keeping accurate, proper records.
3. Employer and Employee Protections
Exploring DEI and disability initiatives, employee privacy, searches and monitoring along with social media in the workplace, discrimination and harassment prevention, workers’ disability compensation, along with a variety of safety and health issues – even more relevant in the era of COVID-19.
For questions contact, Terese Mcinnis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-371-7657.