"A human resources audit is a review of an employer's formal and
informal systems and procedures to determine whether they meet
current and projected practical needs, and whether they provide
sufficient protection from legal liability. The audit includes
review of the employer's documents, policies, procedures and
daily practices." 63 pages.
"New technologies make it possible for employers to monitor many aspects of their employees' jobs, especially on telephones, computer terminals, through electronic and voice mail, and when employees are using the Internet. Such monitoring is virtually unregulated."
Provides news links and more enduring briefings on the following issues: alternative dispute resolution of workplace issues, drug testing, electronic monitoring of employees, genetic discrimination, lifestyle discrimination, employee medical privacy, right to organize, whistleblowers, and wrongful discharge. and position statements on various other workplace issues: criminal records and zero tolerance policies, reference checks, honesty tests, psychological tests, and personality test legislation.
This advocacy organization was formed by former ACLU staff in 2000.
Please suggest a new category, a new item for this category, or improved categorization. Tell us about dead and changed links!
We hope you find our Public Edition to be useful.
But we want you to know that our best and most useful material is provided only by subscription./p>
Our Enhanced Subscriber Edition turns you into a far more efficient, more effective user of the vast legal and governmental resources scattered across the Web as well as those that comprise the heart of Minnesota-specific legal and governmental resources and law-practice related knowledge.
Call us or contact us through the site to learn how your firm or organization can put the full power of our Minnesota Law Practice WebSM at your service.
Powered by LawsaurusTM expert support system software from Pritchard Law Webs.