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Updated Labor and HR Guides Are Employer Must-Haves

(INDIANAPOLIS) -- With labor and employment law rules and regulations constantly changing, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce is offering new editions to two popular publications that will help keep Hoosier employers in compliance in these vital areas.  

Indiana Employment Forms - Fourth Edition is a comprehensive collection of more than 120 human resource forms and letters for Indiana employers, with topics ranging from the interview process to discipline and discharge procedures.

Authored by the employment law division of Ice Miller LLP, the fourth edition contains new and revised forms, including Rights Under Fair Credit Reporting Act form, government contractor/subcontractor forms, benefit plan forms, Family and Medical Leave Act and Military Family forms, and worker's compensation forms.

Cost is $111.75 for Indiana Chamber members; $149 for non-members. An e-Pub (electronic) version of this guide is available for $99.

Written by the law firm of Barnes & Thornburg, the Indiana Guide to Labor Relations - Second Edition is a complete overview of how employers can deal effectively with union issues in the workplace.

It includes easy-to-understand legal advice and recommendations for Hoosier employers on topics that range from bargaining techniques to contract administration, methods of union organization, effective employer/employee communication and much more. The 2013 edition covers recent changes in National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) law, new union election rules being contemplated by the NLRB, Indiana's right-to-work law, and an updated analysis of employers' ability to lockout employees during bargaining.

Cost is $66.75 for Indiana Chamber members; $89 for non-members.

Publications can be purchased by visiting or by calling customer service at (317) 264-6885 or (800) 824-6885. 

The Indiana Chamber of Commerce is the state's largest broad-based business advocacy and information organization, representing nearly 5,000 member companies that employ 800,000 Hoosier workers.

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