Supervisors Legal Update

Supervisors Legal Update is very informative about real-life situations that can be applied in the workplace. The quick-read format is valuable, as time is limited in a busy workday.”

Angela L. Cameron
HR Manager
Alta Advanced Technologies

About the newsletter & online resource center:

Supervisors Legal Update is a fast-read, four-page print newsletter designed to help supervisors – including human resources managers – navigate the legal minefield the workplace has become.

This tool helps supervisors follow company policy and think before acting/speaking. It shows supervisors how to deal with the tension between getting the job done and respecting employees’ legal rights. The newsletter also covers confusing laws such as the FMLA and ADA.

Every issue of Supervisors Legal Update contains compelling court dramas that help readers understand what to do – and not to do – to protect themselves and their companies from ending up in court. Each case presented in the newsletter includes a “what went wrong” analysis – practical suggestions for avoiding the legal landmines highlighted in the articles.

Subscribers also get exclusive access to the Supervisors Legal Online Resource Center with tools like Management Minutes and Stay Legal printable-handouts that can be shared with supervisors to show them how to stay on the right side of the law, the Customizable Training Library featuring slideshows and ready-to-use quizzes that help make training stick, plus hundreds of pass-along articles written for managers and supervisors on tricky topics like properly documenting performance, managing leave and legally disciplining questionable behavior.

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People who benefit:

Human Resources Managers and Directors, and Supervisors who deal with all kinds of people issues, including hiring, promoting and firing.

Supervisors Legal Update helps keep the management team aware of legal issues and trends. It contains lots of quickly covered, useful info and has consistently been high quality.” – Jim Womeldorff, Exec. Director, Job Squad, Inc.

“Having managers call me with questions to verify action needed is rewarding because I know they recognize potential problems from reading your bulletins.”
– Steven R. Howe, Dir. of HR, T.H. Rogers Lumber Co.

Supervisors Legal Update has definitely lived up to my expectations. Supervisors see the seriousness of matters if not handled properly. Oftentimes, our CEO mentions the articles in his staff meetings and suggests that supervisors read the publication.”
– Jean Thompson, HR Officer, Portsmouth Redevelopment & Housing Authority

“I find Supervisors Legal Update more valuable than other resources because I know I will read a short piece and finish with a takeaway that will be relevant at some point, if not now.”
– Kristy Dobson, HR Manager, King Estate Winery

“The supervisors always comment on how helpful the publication is and use the opportunity to test their knowledge on everyday issues.”
– Sallie McKinney, HR Manager, Friends of Children

“What I find most useful is when cases are discussed with the resolution and outcome along with the do’s and don’ts. It’s helpful to know.” – Nadine Hargrave, VP & Admin., M.J. Mrvica Associatesr

“I love the real-life examples and feel it’s a great refresher. I also like the true or false section to test my knowledge.” – Irma Padgett, HR Representative, State Bank of Lizton

Supervisors Legal Update has lived up to my expectation. It provides teaching opportunities for my management staff, citing examples of real scenarios.” – Deanne Scaringe, Deputy Dir., Community Partners in Action

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Try our newsletter risk-free for two issues. If you don’t find it helps you do your job better, just write “cancel” on the invoice and owe nothing.

Ordering information:

To order by phone call 1-800-220-5000.