New Employment Law Handbook Available

The past year has seen no shortage of changes in employment law policies. For instance, the latest decisions impacting the legality of employee handbook policies, severance agreements and timelines for union representation elections are sure to shake up the business world.

The Indiana Chamber is helping employers navigate these changes with the recently released 19th edition of its popular Employment Law Handbook. Authored by attorneys at Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, this is the most current, comprehensive and user-friendly handbook covering Indiana and federal employment laws. 

It's designed to assist the business community in its effort to comply with the numerous and often complex employment laws affecting Hoosier businesses. 

“Our new Employment Law Handbook provides employers direction and guidance on compliance with both federal and Indiana-specific regulations,” says Vanessa Green Sinders, Indiana Chamber President and CEO. “Hundreds of human resources professionals use this convenient resource to tackle labor law challenges, answer compliance questions and keep their organizations moving forward.”

In addition to the aforementioned updates, this brand new version contains information on the National Labor Relations Board’s new regulations on joint employment, new workers’ compensation impairment amounts required for temporary total disability, permanent partial disability and maximum impairment, changes to independent contractor standards, an update on the Internal Revenue Service’s tax-sheltered annuity plan determination letter schedules, up-to-date guidance on immigration-related fines and discussions on the Supreme Court’s new affirmative action-related decisions.

The book, available at www.indianachamber.com/publications, is available for $134.25 for Indiana Chamber members ($179 for non-members) and the ePub can be purchased for $109.

 

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