ELLA is a management tool that helps employers detect hidden problems, develop positive employee relations, implement risk reduction strategies, benchmark best practices, and prioritize corrective measures. ELLA is designed on the premise that employers can't get the right answers if they don't ask the right questions. ELLA first provides employers with the right questions, then gives them the ability to self-audit their responses. This web subscription allows users to print off the entire content of the book, plus you can store your responses online and then export them for customization.
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Introduction: How to Use ELLA, Firm Description Profile Recruitment, Selection, and Hiring Profile Application Form; Profile Reference Checking and Responding Profile Application Form; Profile Reference Checking and Responding Profile Immigration Issues; Profile Americans with Disabilities Act Profile Employee Handbook; Profile Positive Employee Relations Profile Workplace Anti-discrimination Profile; Workplace Anti-Sexual Harassment; Profile Drug-Free Workplace; Profile AIDS in the Workplace; Profile Job Performance Management; Profile Retention Issues; Profile Conflict Resolution; Profile Termination Process; Profile Downsizing and Plant Closing; Profile Unemployment Insurance Management; Profile Leaves of Absence; Profile Wage and Hour; Profile Records, Notices and Information Management; Profile Benchmarking; and Profile ELLA Assistance.
A physical copy of the book does not come with the web subscription and must be purchased separately, SHRM Book Summary. The Employment Labor Law Audit (ELLA) is an invaluable tool for auditing many aspects of the HR functions. It is especially useful because, as you answer a series of questions on a subject, you can look and see why the question is important, what law it applies to, and why it matters if you’ve answered the question positively or negatively. An example would be a question on drug testing candidates for positions. You can check to see why the question was asked, and what the outcomes might be if you decide not to do drug testing. It doesn’t say you should be doing the testing, that’s your decision. But it tells you why you should consider doing it. This book covers all of the legal aspects of HR. It provides a valuable cross-check, even if you believe your HR department is doing most things right.
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