Clear, simply written briefings designed to ensure supervisors comply with employment law and best practice.

Briefings in this tool:

  • Assume no previous knowledge of the law or principles of human resource management.
  • Are written in plain English, avoiding legal jargon and technical language.
  • Include "Test Yourself" quizzes, to ensure major legal concepts have been adequately understood.
  • Are typically accompanied by a PowerPoint presentation.

New and Updated

  • OSHA Recordkeeping, Posting and Reporting - Supervisor Briefing

    This briefing for supervisors examines the law and best practices regarding OSHA recordkeeping, posting and reporting in the workplace.

  • Handling an Accident - Supervisor Briefing

    This briefing for supervisors examines the law and best practices regarding accidents in the workplace, including handling and investigating an accident and employer responsibilities.

  • E-Verify - Supervisor Briefing

    This Supervisor Briefing examines the law and best practices regarding E-Verify, including which employers are required to use E-Verify and the E-Verify process.

  • OSHA Inspections - Supervisor Briefing

    This briefing for supervisors examines best practices for handing an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) inspection.

  • Handling Violence in the Workplace - Supervisor Briefing

    This briefing for supervisors examines the law and best practices for handling violence in the workplace, including recognizing signs of domestic violence and a violent employee as well as responding to an act of violence.

  • Whistleblowing - Supervisor Briefing

    This briefing for supervisors examines the law and best practices regarding whistleblowing in the workplace, including topics such as the definition of whistleblowing, relevant whistleblowing statutes and employee protections.

  • Retaliation - Supervisor Briefing

    This briefing for supervisors examines the law and best practices for understanding, preventing and responding to unlawful retaliatory behavior in the workplace.

  • Intermittent and Reduced Schedule FMLA Leave - Supervisor Briefing

    This briefing for supervisors examines the law and best practices for administering intermittent and reduced schedule leave under the FMLA, including notice and medical certification requirements and tracking and calculating leaves.

  • Handling a Bomb Threat - Supervisor Briefing

    This briefing for supervisors examines best practices regarding bomb threats in the workplace, including handling bomb threats by phone and mail and training employees on responding to threats.

  • Dress Codes and Appearance Policies - Supervisor Briefing

    This briefing for supervisors examines the law and best practices for dress codes and appearance policies in the workplace, including to whom they apply, reasons for implementation, types of policies and enforcement.

You said it...

The Supervisor Briefings are a tool I use on a frequent basis to ensure my managers and directors are current on "hot button" issues.

Sarah Anderson, HR Manager, Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill