Protecting yourself against employee lawsuits
has never been more important – or affordable
Manager’s Legal Bulletin comes to you from Business Management Daily – HR and employment law specialists since 1937. Thousands of your colleagues use us to train ALL their managers on how to avoid those “red flag” promises, practices, or actions that a hungry lawyer can use to bring a devastating employee lawsuit against you.
We know you’re busy. That’s why Manager’s Legal Bulletin runs just 4 tightly-written pages per issue. We’ll give you and your staff a 10-minute training update through features like:
From the Courts. We’ll review the latest employment-related case law – and explain how the outcome may impact you and your organization.
Spotlight. Our popular in-depth look at one aspect of HR law will help you keep your entire team in compliance – and out of trouble.
You Be the Judge. Why was a case decided the way it was … and what can you and your supervisors do to avoid the same problem? Discover how to duplicate your colleagues’ successes – and avoid their pitfalls.
Communication Corner. The best policy or training is worthless if you can’t convey it to your supervisors. We’ll show you how to make sure that what you say sticks with your supervisors.
Q&A. Discover the questions your fellow HR pros are asking (questions that may also be crossing your mind AND your desk) – and benefit from the answers by our attorneys and HR pros.
FREE Resources. Every month, we’ll provide access to a valuable resource from our archive of special reports, white papers, checklists, and more – access available EXCLUSIVELY to Manager’s Legal Bulletin readers.
Winning a lawsuit is great. But savvy managers know that the best lawsuit is the one that never gets filed. Manager’s Legal Bulletin helps you “lawsuit-proof” every aspect of your human resources practices – guaranteed (more on that later …).
"Manager’s Legal Bulletin is one of the most valuable publications we receive. There is always something in it that is pertinent and timely. We have benefited not only from excellent legal advice and examples, but also from valuable management advice and suggestions. Your center page is almost always the source of this valuable advice. We have avoided making numerous mistakes in either judgment, commission, or omission because of an article or tip published in your bulletin."
Sherry Colgate, Manager
Customer Service & Corporate Communications