Employee handbooks can present one of the most difficult challenges for employers – and learning the best practices to avoid the legal pitfalls of drafting such employee handbooks can be a daunting task.
However, this gets even further complicated when an employer operates in multiple states, especially if you do not know how to avoid the legal perils multi-state employers face when drafting their employee handbooks.
Learn how to ensure compliance with the state laws of each of the states in which you operate - and how to treat those different state requirements when drafting your employee handbook.
In this 90 minute audio conference geared to HR Professionals and those responsible for drafting employee handbooks, you will learn:
- Overview of Legal Considerations When Drafting an Employee Handbook
- Which Policies Require Special Attention Because they are Governed by Laws that Differ State to State
- What are Some Recommended Best Practices for Dealing with Multi-State Laws
- Top Tips for Covering all Laws in all States in which you Operate
- Policies That Cause Problems for Multi-State Employers
- Trouble Spots for Multi-State Employers
- Methods to Effectively Deal With Employees Who Work Remotely: What Laws Apply
About Your Speaker
Melissa Fleischer is the Founder and President of HR Learning Center LLC, a human resources consulting firm specializing in the area of employment law. HR Learning Center LLC provides training seminars and consulting on a wide range of workplace and human resource issues.
Ms. Fleischer is a management-side employment attorney with over twenty (20) years experience and is nationally recognized as an expert in her field. She has successfully represented numerous clients in employment discrimination litigation as well as providing preventive counseling and training on workplace issues.
Ms. Fleischer is a frequent lecturer on a wide range of employment law topics including seminars and workshops on Anti-Harassment Training, FMLA/ADA Training and Workplace Violence Prevention Training.
PHR / SPHR Credits!
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