Legal Perspectives on Employment Law & Best Practices

Publisher
National Parking Association
Price
$24.95 USD
Authors
National Parking Association
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Summary

The legal perspectives eBook features three sections on parking employee- and employment-specific matters, including Understanding Employment Law, Employment Decision-making Best Practices and Assess Your Policies & Procedures Annually. Fifteen sections, written by Michael L. Stevens, Partner, Arent Fox LLP and NPA’s chief legal counsel, include topics on compliance with wage and hour laws, background check procedures and how to report tip income.

“The legal perspectives in this eBook bring parking executives thoughtful insights into how to manage risk, protect their companies and follow the letter and spirit of the law in employment practices,” said NPA President Christine Banning, MA, CAE.” Michael Stevens and NPA carefully selected topics to help parking executives make informed employment decisions, understand employment law and comply with regulations.”

Michael Stevens focuses his Washington, DC practice on labor and employment law matters. As an experienced litigator, advisor and negotiator, he regularly assists clients in matters involving proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board; labor negotiations and arbitrations; employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation cases before agencies and courts; wrongful discharge litigation; drug and alcohol testing programs; executive employment and separation agreements; executive compensation; personnel manuals; protection of trade secrets; non-competition, non-disclosure, and non-solicitation agreements; discipline and termination of employees; and wage and hour matters.