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Supervisory Law [US]

The laws governing employment are very complex. The objective of this course is to raise awareness among members at the leadership level so that they are “sensitive” to issues that pose potentially litigious repercussions.
SKU: P0253EN
$35.00

The laws governing employment are very complex. The objective of this course is to raise awareness among members at the leadership level so that they are “sensitive” to issues that pose potentially litigious repercussions. This course will only cover the basics of each area of employment law and is not intended to be conclusively the “whole and sum” of the law.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the employer / employee relationship
  • Recognize management as agent of the organization
  • Speak respectfully
  • Treat people fairly
  • Support a harassment free workplace
  • Document employment decisions
  • Partner with HR on terminations
  • Be safety conscious
  • Ask only job-related questions in interviews
  • Be sensitive to needs for leave
  • Respect privacy
  • Follow wage and hour rules

Course Outline:

  • The Origin of Employment Law
  • Your Role in the Organization
  • PRACTICE 1: Speak Respectfully
  • PRACTICE 2: Treat People Fairly
  • PRACTICE 3: Support a Harassment Free Workplace
  • PRACTICE 4 : Document Employment Decisions
  • PRACTICE 5: Partner with HR on Terminations
  • PRACTICE 6: Be Safety Conscious
  • PRACTICE 7: Ask Only Job-Related Questions in Interviews
  • PRACTICE 8: Be Sensitive to Needs for Leave
  • PRACTICE 9: Respect Privacy
  • PRACTICE 10: Follow Wage and Hour Rules

Target Audience:

Supervisors and Managers in the United States

Duration:

1 hour

Features:

Audio, Video, Mobile, Accessible

Module(s):

18551EN

The laws governing employment are very complex. The objective of this course is to raise awareness among members at the leadership level so that they are “sensitive” to issues that pose potentially litigious repercussions. This course will only cover the basics of each area of employment law and is not intended to be conclusively the “whole and sum” of the law.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the employer / employee relationship
  • Recognize management as agent of the organization
  • Speak respectfully
  • Treat people fairly
  • Support a harassment free workplace
  • Document employment decisions
  • Partner with HR on terminations
  • Be safety conscious
  • Ask only job-related questions in interviews
  • Be sensitive to needs for leave
  • Respect privacy
  • Follow wage and hour rules

Course Outline:

  • The Origin of Employment Law
  • Your Role in the Organization
  • PRACTICE 1: Speak Respectfully
  • PRACTICE 2: Treat People Fairly
  • PRACTICE 3: Support a Harassment Free Workplace
  • PRACTICE 4 : Document Employment Decisions
  • PRACTICE 5: Partner with HR on Terminations
  • PRACTICE 6: Be Safety Conscious
  • PRACTICE 7: Ask Only Job-Related Questions in Interviews
  • PRACTICE 8: Be Sensitive to Needs for Leave
  • PRACTICE 9: Respect Privacy
  • PRACTICE 10: Follow Wage and Hour Rules

Target Audience:

Supervisors and Managers in the United States

Duration:

1 hour

Features:

Audio, Video, Mobile, Accessible

Module(s):

18551EN

Products specifications
Course LanguageEnglish
Length Range31 - 60 Minutes
Length (Hours)1.00
Course FeaturesAudio
Course FeaturesAccessible
Course FeaturesMobile
Course FeaturesVideo
Course FeaturesNASBA CPE - QAS Self Study
NASBA CPE Credits2.0
Module Number(s)18551EN
Products specifications
Course LanguageEnglish
Length Range31 - 60 Minutes
Length (Hours)1.00
Course FeaturesAudio
Course FeaturesAccessible
Course FeaturesMobile
Course FeaturesVideo
Course FeaturesNASBA CPE - QAS Self Study
NASBA CPE Credits2.0
Module Number(s)18551EN