Employment Law Training for HR

Original price was: $100.00.Current price is: $49.00.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  “This employment law course was informative and relevant to my HR role. The content was comprehensive, and the instructors were knowledgeable. I appreciated the practical case studies that helped me apply the concepts.”

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11 - 20 40%
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Overview of the Employment Law Training for HR

Course Summary: The Employment Law course is a comprehensive program designed to provide participants with a solid understanding of the legal framework governing the employer-employee relationship. This course covers various aspects of employment law, including labor regulations, workplace discrimination, termination, wage and hour laws, and employee rights. Through interactive modules and case studies, participants will gain the knowledge and skills needed to navigate complex employment law issues and make informed decisions in the workplace.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completing this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand the fundamental principles and sources of employment law.
  2. Identify and apply labor laws and regulations applicable to different industries.
  3. Recognize and address workplace discrimination and harassment.
  4. Comprehend wage and hour laws, including overtime and minimum wage.
  5. Navigate the legal requirements for hiring, firing, and employee contracts.
  6. Stay up-to-date with emerging employment law trends and changes.

Course Benefits:

  • Enhanced knowledge of employment law to reduce legal risks for employers.
  • Improved ability to handle employment disputes and grievances.
  • Compliance with federal and state labor regulations.
  • Protection of employee rights and promotion of fair employment practices.
  • Increased confidence in making HR and management decisions within a legal framework.

Course Reviews:

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  “This employment law course was informative and relevant to my HR role. The content was comprehensive, and the instructors were knowledgeable. I appreciated the practical case studies that helped me apply the concepts.”

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐   “Highly recommended for anyone involved in HR or management. The course covers a wide range of employment law topics, making it a valuable resource for staying compliant and avoiding legal pitfalls.”

Detailed Curriculum:

Module 1: Introduction to Employment Law

  • Overview of employment law principles
  • Sources of employment law
  • Historical context and evolution of labor laws

Module 2: Labor Laws and Regulations

  • Federal and state labor regulations
  • Industry-specific regulations
  • Employment contracts and agreements

Module 3: Workplace Discrimination and Harassment

  • Recognizing and preventing discrimination
  • Handling harassment complaints
  • Affirmative action and diversity programs

Module 4: Wage and Hour Laws

  • Minimum wage requirements
  • Overtime rules and exemptions
  • Record-keeping and payroll compliance

Module 5: Employee Rights and Benefits

  • Employee privacy rights
  • Family and medical leave laws
  • Disability accommodations and reasonable accommodations

Module 6: Hiring and Termination

  • Legal requirements for hiring and onboarding
  • At-will employment and wrongful termination
  • Severance agreements and exit interviews

Module 7: Emerging Trends in Employment Law

  • Recent legal developments and cases
  • Gig economy and contractor classifications
  • Remote work and telecommuting legal issues

Module 8: Final Assessment and Certification

  • Course review and knowledge assessment
  • Certificate of completion for successful participants

This Employment Law course equips participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively navigate the legal complexities of the employer-employee relationship, ultimately promoting fair and compliant workplace practices.



Employment Law: The body of laws, regulations, and legal principles that govern the relationship between employers and employees, covering various aspects of employment, including hiring, wages, discrimination, and termination.

Labor Regulations: Government-imposed rules and guidelines that regulate labor practices, including working hours, safety standards, and employment conditions.

Workplace Discrimination: Unfair treatment of employees or job applicants based on protected characteristics such as race, gender, age, religion, disability, or national origin.

Harassment: Unwelcome behavior or conduct that creates a hostile or intimidating work environment, often based on an individual’s protected characteristics.

Wage and Hour Laws: Legislation that governs issues related to employee compensation, including minimum wage, overtime pay, and meal and rest breaks.

Employment Contracts: Legally binding agreements between employers and employees that outline terms and conditions of employment, including job responsibilities, compensation, and benefits.

Employee Rights: Legal entitlements and protections afforded to employees, including the right to privacy, the right to a safe workplace, and the right to fair treatment.

Family and Medical Leave Laws: Legislation that allows eligible employees to take unpaid leave for family or medical reasons, including the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) in the United States.

Wrongful Termination: The illegal termination of an employee, often based on discrimination, retaliation, or a breach of employment contract terms.

At-will Employment: A type of employment arrangement where either the employer or the employee can terminate the employment relationship at any time and for any reason, as long as it is not illegal.

Severance Agreement: A legal contract between an employer and an employee outlining the terms and conditions of separation, including severance pay and benefits continuation.

Employee Privacy Rights: Legal protections that safeguard an employee’s personal information and privacy in the workplace, including email monitoring and surveillance.

Affirmative Action: Policies and practices designed to promote equal opportunities for individuals from underrepresented or disadvantaged groups in employment and education.

Gig Economy: A labor market characterized by short-term or freelance work arrangements, often in the form of independent contractor positions.

Telecommuting: A work arrangement where employees work remotely from their homes or other locations, typically facilitated by technology and remote communication tools.

Contractor Classification: The determination of whether a worker is classified as an employee or an independent contractor, which affects tax obligations, benefits, and labor rights.