Management Team Briefing on Employment Laws

Prepare a 15–20 slide PowerPoint presentation in which you:

  1. Include cover, agenda, conclusion, and reference list slides, all of which may count toward total slide count.
  2. Provide a 1–2 slide overview of employment law based on information found in Chapter 1 of Employment Law for Human Resource Practice. Note: You may use your discretion to decide which information needs to be addressed as long as your overview is descriptive and relevant. LINK TO THE BOOK FOR THE CLASS SO YOU CAN READ CHAPTER 1-https://strayer.vitalsource.com/reader/books/9781337670685/pageid/0

 

  1. Include in the remaining slides the following required presentation information:
    • Provide a three-slide minimum covering at least six strong bullet points highlighting a discussion on the roles of employees and employers in terms of determining employment relationships.
    • Provide a three-slide minimum covering at least six strong bullet points highlighting a discussion on the concept of employment discrimination.
    • Provide a three-slide minimum covering at least six strong bullet points highlighting a discussion on the types of discrimination.
    • Provide a three-slide minimum covering at least six strong bullet points highlighting a discussion on retaliation.
  2. Go to Basic Search: Strayer University Online Library to locate at least three quality academic resources for this assignment. Note: You may only use the resources listed in the course syllabus and those that are specifically provided by the instructor.

Important Notes: The number of words in the bullet points is less important than the quality of the information. Detailed information should be included in the presenter’s notes. Presentations must have a businesslike, professional look.

 

 

 

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