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Connecticut Employment Law: Forms and Practice Manual

by Caroline B. Park, Esq. (2021)

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  • Coming in Fall 2021!
  • 1 volume
  • ISBN # 978-1-57400-160-0
  • Includes a forms CD

Connecticut Employment Law: Forms and Practice Manual

Coming in Fall 2021!

Connecticut Employment Law: Forms and Practice Manual

Prominent Connecticut attorney, Caroline B. Park, Esq., has drawn from her extensive experience to bring you strategies and forms for virtually every employment situation you or your client may encounter, from the hiring process to the termination of an employment relationship.

This new one-volume legal manual will help you stay current with appropriate statutes and regulations – complemented by thorough discussions and analyses of any changing federal and Connecticut state laws. Throughout the publication, you’ll find checklists of issues for consideration, sample policies and procedures, draft employment contracts and separation agreements, as well as pertinent government and other published forms to help you develop the best employment practices and policies. Plus, you’ll be expertly guided through the extensive selection of employment forms using an easy-to-follow format.

Ms. Park is a Partner in Wiggin and Dana’s Labor, Employment and Benefits Department and Education Practice Group and is a member of the firm’s Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Committee. Her practice encompasses federal and state court litigation and the arbitration and mediation of employment discrimination claims, wrongful discharge claims, wage and hour claims, disputes over the enforcement of covenants not to compete, and other employment-related disagreements. Ms. Park also represents employers in cases involving claims of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation, before the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. A significant portion of her work focuses on representing management in traditional labor relations, which includes union organizing drives, proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board, grievance and arbitration proceedings, and labor contract negotiations. In addition, she advises employers on a broad range of personnel-related matters, such as disciplinary issues, termination and separation issues, reasonable accommodations, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and personnel policies and practices. Ms. Park earned her J.D. with honors from the University of Connecticut School of Law, where she served as a Notes and Comments Editor for the Connecticut Law Review. She received her B.A. in Political Science and Communication from Boston College.

Chapter 1: Hiring

Chapter 2: Employer-Employee Relationship and Employment Contracts

Chapter 3: Wage and Hour Law

Chapter 4: Record Retention

Chapter 5: Discrimination and Harassment

Chapter 6: Employee Performance, Work Rules, Discipline and Problem Resolution

Chapter 7: Family and Medical Leave and Other Leaves of Absence

Chapter 8: Employee Handbooks

Chapter 9: Workplace Privacy

Chapter 10: Termination of the Employment Relationship

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