Quick Reference

All Items: Employee Relations

  • California Workplace Notices

    Updated to reflect notice requirements under the state domestic violence leave law.

  • Whistleblower Statute Filing Requirements

    Updated to include OSHA's final rule establishing procedures for handling Affordable Care Act retaliation complaints.

  • Work Rules/Handbooks - Examples of Lawful and Unlawful Language

    This chart addresses various work rules/handbook policies along with the examples of unlawful and lawful language as determined by the National Labor Relations Board.

  • New Jersey Workplace Notices

    A New Jersey employer should ensure compliance with individual state and local requirements for workplace notices. This chart contains information regarding New Jersey-specific notice requirements.

  • State Workplace Labor and Employment Law Posters

    In addition to federal posting requirements, an employer should ensure compliance with individual state and local requirements for workplace posters. This chart links to notice-posting requirements for all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

  • Federal Record Retention Laws

    Federal law requires the retention of certain employee records. This chart lists the specific types of information that must be retained regarding employees, and the minimum length of time such records must be kept.

  • Does This Law Apply to My Organization?

    Whether a law applies to a particular employer depends on several factors, including the employer's size and whether the employer is a private company or a government agency. This Quick Reference chart helps employers determine whether certain federal statutes apply to them.

  • Social Media Policies Dos and Don'ts

    This chart references Dos and Dont's for employers when drafting, implementing and enforcing a social media policy at work.

  • Employee Communication Methods

    Employers should ensure proper communication by studying their employee populations, available resources and delivery systems. This chart lists common methods of communication, as well as their respective advantages and disadvantages.

  • Internet and Email Usage - What's Acceptable, What's Not

    This chart details recommended acceptable and unacceptable uses of an employer's communications networks (computer, internet, telephone, etc) by an employee.

About This Category

Key facts for employers and HR relating to employee relations.