Accessible and up-to-date guidance on federal, state, and select municipal employment law, tailored to the needs of the HR professional.

This tool:

  • Covers the entire employment lifecycle from recruitment and selection through termination of employment.
  • Contains practical examples to illustrate the "real world" application of employment compliance obligations.
  • Provides links to additional helpful resources and tools.
  • Alerts readers to anticipated future developments in the law.

New and Updated

  • Employee Communications: Illinois

    In-depth review of the spectrum of Illinois employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to employee communications.

  • Employee Communications: New Jersey

    In-depth review of the spectrum of New Jersey employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to Employee Communications.

  • Employee Discipline: New Jersey

    In-depth review of the spectrum of New Jersey employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to Employee Discipline

  • Minimum Wage: Oregon

    In-depth review of the spectrum of Oregon employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to minimum wage.

  • Workers' Compensation: California

    In-depth review of the spectrum of California employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to workers' compensation.

  • Involuntary Terminations: Tennessee

    In-depth review of the spectrum of Tennessee employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to involuntary terminations.

  • Payment of Wages: California

    In-depth review of the spectrum of California employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to payment of wages.

  • Taxation of Employee Benefits: Indiana

    The value of health insurance benefits provided to an employee's same-sex spouse or partner and/or their dependents is taxable in Indiana.

  • Training and Development: California

    In-depth review of the spectrum of California employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to training and development.

  • HR and Workplace Safety (OSHA Compliance)

    The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) gives each employee the right to a safe workplace and requires employers to provide their employees with working conditions that are free from any dangers. This section details employers' and employees' rights and responsibilities under the OSH Act.

You said it...

XpertHR's Employment Law Manual is a "one-stop" destination for federal, state and select municipal law and covers the full spectrum of the employment lifecycle.

John Sarno, President & General Counsel and XpertHR Contributor, Employers Association of New Jersey