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Recruiting and Hiring
Offer Letters - Preserving At-Will Employment Status
What Information Should An Offer Letter Contain?
Help Your Managers Hire Well
Diversify Your Candidate Pool When Hiring
Tips For Orienting New Employees
Important Documents to Include in a New Hire Package
Employment Applications:  Content and Process Guidelines
Strategic Tips for New Managers

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Performance Management
Performance Reviews: Following Your Company's Policy
Striking the Balance in Performance Reviews
Documentation of Employee Performance Issues
The Dangers of Using E-Mail to Manage Employees
Looking at the Causes of Substandard Employee Performance
The Importance of Timely Performance Reviews
The Case for Documenting Performance Issues
Tips on Documentation of Employee Performance and Conduct
Decreasing the Risks of Employee Termination

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Discrimination and Harassment
Overview of Mayor Federal Employment Discrimination Laws
What Federal, State and Local Laws Apply to Your Employees?
Guidelines for Conducting Internal Employment Discrimination Investigations
Talking with Disabled Employees About Reasonable Accommodations
Accommodating Religious Beliefs and Practices in the Workplace
Assessing If Workplace Conduct Qualifies as Harassment
Determining Which Federal, State and Local Employment Laws Are Applicable to Your Business
Responding to Harassment Complaints in the Workplace
Manager's Guide to Receiving Harassment Allegations: What to Do
Manager's Guide to Receiving Harassment Allegations: What Not to Do
California's Requirements for Sexual Harassment Training
What Are the Definitions of Sexual Harassment Under Federal and California State Law?
Encouraging Employees to Come Forward with Harassment Complaints
Legal Remedies for Harassment in the Workplace
Tattoos in the Workplace: What's An Employer to Do?
When Personal Relationships At Work Become Problematic
Workplace Romances: Potential Risks For Employers
2009 Regulatory Changes to the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

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Employee Relations & Best Practices
Ethics and People Management
Stepping Into the Role of a First-Time Manager
Help Your Managers Hire Well
Diversify Your Candidate Pool When Hiring
Best Practices for Maintaining Manager Desk Files
Important HR Policies to Have in Writing
Offer Letters - Preserving At-Will Employment Status
What Information Should An Offer Letter Contain?
The Importance of Human Resources Audits
Effective Training Programs for Managers
Prepare Your Company for E-Discovery
The Dangers of Using E-Mail to Manage Employees
Strategic Tips for New Managers
Tips For Orienting New Employees
Performance Reviews: Following Your Company's Policy
Striking the Balance in Performance Reviews
Documentation of Employee Performance Issues
The Importance of Timely Performance Reviews
The Case for Documenting Performance Issues
Discovery: Preserving Documents for Litigation
Workplace Privacy Between Co-Workers
Basic Privacy Issues in the Workplace
Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in the Workplace
Decreasing the Risks of Employee Termination
Telecommuting: Key Ingredients for a Successful Program
Tattoos in the Workplace: What's An Employer to Do?
Factors for Considering Mandatory Arbitration of Employment Disputes

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Wage and Hour
What Employers Should Know About Compensatory Time Off
Employer Guide to Special Compensation Issues
A Test for Determining Contractor Status
Set Boundaries When Working With Contractors
Contractors: Some Test for Determining Their Status
Severance Pay: Some Helpful Guidelines for Employers
Paid Family Leave in California

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