Fair Employment Practices Guidelines Fair Employment Practices Guidelines
by Gerard Panaro, Esq.


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Published monthly, this practical newsletter focuses on fair employment laws and regulations, such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Civil Rights Act of 1991. It covers equal employment opportunity issues, changes in laws and regulations, recent cases of significance from federal and state courts, and emerging trends in fair employment law issues. It also provides common-sense advice to improve employer-employee relations and reduce employer liability. The publication helps HR managers strike a balance between the needs of the employer and the rights of the employees.

Each issue alerts you to what's new in employment law, court decisions, or regulations. In-depth articles focus on issues such as discrimination and compliance with ADA, Title VII, FMLA, etc.

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