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Dawn Bennett-Alexander and Laura Hartman offer a managerial viewpoint on decisions to students in their textbook Employment Law for Business, ISBN 9780073377636. This text revolves around the objective of teaching students how to manage in the most effective and efficient manner while also presenting the legal implications of those decisions. Concrete...
Dawn Bennett-Alexander and Laura Hartman offer a managerial viewpoint on decisions to students in their textbook Employment Law for Business, ISBN 9780073377636. This text revolves around the objective of teaching students how to manage in the most effective and efficient manner while also presenting the legal implications of those decisions. Concrete examples of management-related legal issues are presented to students to challenge them to evaluate employment law in various decision-making situations. The book focuses on the most effective strategies that can be used to arrive at the best decisions with specific attention paid to the legal aspects. Dawn Bennett-Alexander and Laura Hartman strategically organize the concepts of Employment Law for Business across four comprehensive sections and 19 chapters. This book begins with part 1 discussing 'The Regulation of the Employment Relationship.' Chapters in this section focus on the regulation of employment as well as who or what constitutes an employee and employer. Part 2 delves into topics surrounding 'Regulation of Discrimination in Employment' with chapters focusing on Title VII, affirmative action, race and gender discrimination, sexual harassment, affinity oriented discrimination, religious discrimination, national origin discrimination, age and disability discrimination. 'Regulation of the Employment Environment' is the topic of choice in part 3. These chapters provide information on testing, evaluation and regulation of job performance, as well as right to privacy and other protections from employer institutions. This book concludes in part 4 with 'Other Forms of Regulations.' These final chapters focus on labor law, occupational safety and health, and finally, employee retirement income security act.
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