A Manager's Guide to Employment Law:
About the Author
- Explains the fundamental concept of employmentlaw— employment-at-will — and how it has changed over recent years
- Coaches managers on the specifics of evaluating the opportunities and risks associated with workforce decisions
- Covers all the topics that are of most interest in today's workplace including hiring, firing, discrimination and e-mail and Web usage monitoring
- Presents legal information in a way managers can easily understand it
Dana M. Muir is associate professor of business law at the University of Michigan Business School, where she teaches in executive education and the UMBS M.B.A. program. She was recently appointed delegate to the White House and Congressional National Savings Summits. Previously, she spent nine years in human resources at the Chrysler Corporation and practiced law at two large firms.
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