The firm attorneys have produced a library of useful resource materials available for purchase. Click on any title to read excerpts from the publication online. To order any publication, click on the title to go to the publications order page or contact us at 404-365-0900.
Written by three attorneys in the firm, J. Larry Stine, Mark A. Waschak and Elizabeth K. Dorminey, this one volume treatise is the definitive OSHA reference guide. It is an invaluable resource for human resources professionals, safety professionals, attorneys and safety consultants.
GEORGIA EMPLOYMENT LAW, 5TH ED (2018)
(Author: James W. Wimberly, Jr.) Written for the employment attorney or others encountering employment issues in Georgia. It covers principles found in Georgia statutes and cases, as well as issues not yet addressed by the Georgia courts or legislature. It includes the following topics, Independent contractors, Covenants not to compete, Compensation and benefits, Terms and conditons of employment, Discrimination in employment and Torts relating to the employment relationship.
Written by two of the principals in the firm, J. Larry Stine and Les A. Schneider, this 3600+ page treatise is the definitive wage and hour reference guide. It is an invaluable resource for human resources professionals, personnel directors, general practitioners, and accountants.
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW:
The first book on this topic in more than 30 years gives construction industry employers, contractors and their counsel strategies to avoid pitfalls and navigate the unique legal circumstances that define the industry. Published by Bloomberg BNA. Authors: James W. Wimberly, Jr., Les A. Schneider and Martin H. Steckel.
WIMBERLY & LAWSON 2017 ANNUAL LABOR RELATIONS & EMPLOYMENT LAW DESK REFERENCE:
This manual is an excellent reference for all of the "hot topics" in labor and employment law, containing numerous articles concerning the latest in ADA, EEOC guidelines, monitoring of employees, sexual harassment prevention, employee opinion surveys, union-management relations, OSHA, wage and hour and many others.
HUMAN RESOURCE EXECUTIVE'S DESK REFERENCE:
This 300+ page manual covers virtually every aspect of human resources. It details what today's human resource executive needs to do, should not do, and how to handle complaints from employees.
A MOVE TOWARD EQUITY: TAXING AND LICENSING BUSINESSES AND OCCUPATIONS UNDER GEORGIA LAW:
Co-written by one of the firm's senior principals, this 200+ page manual will help companies understand how local governments in Georgia tax companies under the new business tax structure.
HOW TO PREPARE YOUR EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK:
This 180+ page handbook provides a thorough, step-by-step guide to writing, revising, distributing and enforcing your employee handbook.
STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESSFULLY HANDLING SEXUAL HARASSMENT CLAIMS:
This 90+ page handbook provides an overview of the issues challenging employers in the emotionally-charged area of sexual harassment. Recent legal developments make it imperative for every employer to recognize potential harassment and address complaints of harassment in a positive and effective manner.
DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING GUIDEBOOK:
This 70+ page guidebook clearly explains Department of Transportation drug and alcohol testing regulations and lists items that should be addressed in any drug and alcohol testing policy.
INTERNAL AUDIT OF EMPLOYMENT POLICIES:
This 60+ page manual provides a detailed checklist of hiring and termination procedures, personnel policies, employee benefits, and other checklists that will guide employers when conducting an internal audit of their employment policies.
VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE: POLICY AND PROGRAMS FOR RISK REDUCTION:
This 30+ page publication clearly explains OSHA's new workplace violence policy guidelines and how to set up a workplace violence prevention program and contains many useful sample policies and forms.