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HR Survival Guide for Small Businesses
Set the Records Straight
Presented by Donald H. Scharg
October 22, 2013
10:00-11:00 am EDT
Many start-ups and small companies don't have the luxury of a separate Human Resources department. Managers wear many hats and HR responsibilities are often delegated to the controller, office manager, or other manager who has had no formal training and who is now the HR department. Complicating matters even more is the fact that managers have more and more demands on their time leaving even less time to consider the employment law aspects of the many workplace issues. Employees they supervise and manage are also more sophisticated and knowledgeable about their rights.
This program will focus on the hiring process, record keeping, paying employees and privacy issues.
Issues to be addressed:
- Using an employment application
- Applicant or employee medical and health information
- Basic I-9 Compliance
- The difference between exempt and non-exempt employees
- When overtime is required
- What is compensatory work time
- NLRA control over the non-union workplace
- Controlling employee use of social media
Donald H. Scharg is a partner at Bodman PLC and a former member of the Michigan Chamber Board of Directors. He speaks and writes on wrongful discharge, employment discrimination, sexual harassment, handicap discrimination, workplace misconduct, employee relations, remaining union-free, contract negotiations, and substance abuse testing.