Successful Employee Orientation Programs
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Employers are more aware than ever as to the cost in both productivity and expense of litigation by their employees.
Employers can take preventative measures to reduce their vulnerability by creating an orientation program, or revising their current programs that provide both notice and training to their employees of their rights and obligations. Employers can utilize an orientation checklist to ensure uniformity in and proper documentation of the orientation process.
A well-known and effective notice and training program as part of the employee orientation process can help employers avoid, and if necessary, defend claims by employees. This workshop is critical for implementing a system of best practices.
The Hiring Process
Creating an Orientation Checklist for the New Employee
- Background Searches and Reference Checks
- The Offer - Employee at Will or Employment Agreement
- Restrictive Covenants/Confidentiality Agreements
- Physicals/Drug Testing
About The Presenter
- Employee Documentation
- Job Descriptions
- Arbitration Agreements
- Record Retention
- Postings and Forms
- Necessary Policies
Robyn L. Aversa
- Principal in the Jackson Lewis P.C. firm’s Morristown, New Jersey office
- Defends employers in employment discrimination litigation before state and federal courts and agencies involving ERISA, whistle-blower, race, gender, handicap, and national origin discrimination and sexual harassment claims
- Extensive experience in counseling employers with respect to personnel and benefits issues, with a view toward preventing litigation
- J.D. degree, Washington and Lee School of Law; B.A. degree, Lafayette College
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