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Course Types
Full Length
Employment Law
Wage & Hour Law
FMLA - Family and Medical Leave Act
Ethical Leadership & Management
Wage & Hour Laws
Family & Medical Leave (FMLA)
Adaptive Learning

Employees in managerial or supervisory positions have many responsibilities, including leading employees through all stages of the employment relationship. And at each of these stages, they need to understand some legal basics regarding their obligations.

Employment Law for Managers Part 2 helps managers understand best practices for critical stages of the employment relationship. It begins with how to interview and hire candidates the right way, including gathering information appropriately.  Learners also find out how to conduct performance management, including employee reviews. Finally, learners discover best practices for dismissing employees.

Managers and other employees in supervisory positions need to be equipped to manage the employment relationship carefully and appropriately in order to minimize risk and maintain a legal and ethical work atmosphere.

Course Details


Key concepts covered in this course:

  • Guidance on formal and informal reports
  • Creating a broad candidate pool
  • Best practices for recruiting
  • Using AI tools in the screening and recruiting process
  • Guidelines for gathering information legally
  • Avoiding improper interview questions
  • Maintaining confidentiality for PII
  • The importance of clear, consistent feedback and communication
  • Preparing for employee reviews
  • Best practices for reviews with struggling employees
  • Guidelines for preparing a dismissal, including having a justified reason and a rationale for termination
  • Best practices for employee dismissal meetings
  • A reminder of their important responsibilities
  • An opportunity to review key policies and certify