Investigating Employee Conduct. William E. Hartsfield. Thomson Reuters. 3 Volumes. Looseleaf format. Current through November 2017 supplements. Ex-private law firm library with location labels at foot of spines, else very good. Publisher's Price USD 919. Special $150. * The underlying theme of Investigating Employee Conduct is balancing respect for the personal dignity of an employee with the employer's need to investigate employee conduct. Provides extensive guidance to the uses of searches, eavesdropping, medical exams, credit reports, interviews, arrest and conviction records, polygraphs, fingerprints, surveillance, wiretaps and more. Offers coverage of worker investigation methods currently available and definitive guidance concerning: employer rights in the investigation of employees, the obligation to provide rehabilitation, the right to discharge, criminal negligence liability for employee actions, avoiding liability to employees, sample policies, contracts, applications, pleadings, checklists, and sample letters requesting reasons for discharge.
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