Don’t gamble with compliance! In just 75 minutes, you’ll get the tools you need to refine your craft, avoid common quandaries, and protect your organization from exposure, including:
- Understanding the fundamental purpose of creating accurate and defensible job descriptions
- Best practices for implementing a job description review process
- Six most common (and costly) mistakes made when drafting job descriptions — and how to avoid them
With step-by-step guidance, you will learn easy tips to create job descriptions that are:
- Accurate, clear, and defensible under the Title VII, FLSA, ADA, and FMLA;
- Written in a manner that clearly defines the responsibilities of employee positions; and
- Consistent with best practices from a labor and employment law perspective.
This comprehensive, yet easy-to-understand program also covers:
- Job-description best practices for 2018 based on the developing federal law trends
- Methods to avoid job descriptions becoming obsolete
- How to recognize when jobs are defined too narrowly
- Which vague language most often leads to lawsuits
- How to make sure job descriptions are not ignored once written
Plus, during this need-to-know session, our faculty will explore:
- Step-by-step advice on the creation of job descriptions
- “No-no” language that may red flag the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
- Key words that will help ensure ADA compliance
- How to know if a duty is really “essential” under the ADA and how “essential functions” are generally defined
- Disclaimer language that should be included with every job description
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Plus, you get the NEW & EXCLUSIVE eLearning course — Job Descriptions: 3 Steps to Creating Job Descriptions — an $87 value — FREE!
This essential course delves into the most critical areas organizations need to focus on:
- Understanding the importance of having a complete and accurate job description
- Determining the procedures involved in devising a job description
- Establishing a systematic approach ensuring descriptions are always up-to-date
- Identifying what information is to be included and excluded in a job description
Plus, this learn at your own pace course, also explores:
- Why organizations need to formulate a job description
- 3 steps to creating accurate and defensible job descriptions
- Best practices to keep your job descriptions up-to-date and accurate
BONUS MATERIAL #2
That’s not all! You also get the top-selling guide — Crafting Legally Compliant Job Descriptions — a $349 value — absolutely FREE.
Jam-packed with compliance guidelines, this comprehensive report provides
easy-to-understand guidance, including:
- Steps In Writing Descriptions
- Information to Capture
- Writing the Job Description
- FLSA and ADA Considerations
- The Job Description and FLSA
This essential guide also includes finger-tip access to:
- Sample Job Descriptions
- Research Resources
- Job Description Checklist
- Best Practices in Developing Job Descriptions
- Non-Prejudicial Language for ADA Compliance
That’s TWO essential resources you can start using TODAY – absolutely 100% FREE!
From the basic do’s and don’ts of of job descriptions to the nitty-gritty of “no-no” language and Title VII, FLSA, ADA, and FMLA compliance — this webinar (FREE eLearning course and FREE guide) is your one stop resource to crafting accurate and defensible job descriptions.
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Jessica S. Kang
Attorney At Law, Littler
Jessica S. Kang has litigation, advising and counseling experience in a variety of labor and employment law matters. Jessica has led heavily litigated and complex cases from conception through resolution, whether it is an informal settlement, mediation or an arbitration trial. She represents employers in state, federal and administrative courts and before the California Labor Commissioner, and Department of Fair Employment and Housing and Department of Labor Enforcement Standards.
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