Do you know the landmines that may be lurking in your employee handbook? Employee handbooks are generally an HR person’s first stop when addressing employee performance issues and disciplinary matters.
However, handbooks are also one of the first documents requested by plaintiff’s counsel in litigation.
The policies you include and the language you use can make or break an employer’s defense in litigation, unemployment, and EEOC charges of discrimination.
We are hosting a seminar:
Thursday, Sept. 22
Attendees will learn:
- Best practices with respect to language and disclaimers in employee handbooks
• Required vs. discretionary policies and related pitfalls and landmines
• Best practices for health, safety, and risk management sections of your handbook
• How to effectively publish and disseminate handbooks to your employees
Carrie B. Cherveny, Esq. – CCO and SVP, Strategic Client Solutions, HUB International
Placito Miceli, CMIP, CEEM – Senior Risk Services Consultant, HUB International
Michael Goldfarb, Esq. – President, Guardian HR
This webinar is eligible for one hour of HRCI and SHRM credits.