10 Employee Handbook Mistakes You Can't Afford To Make
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Many employers are in the dark when drafting or revising employee handbooks. Laws are constantly changing, and there is no comprehensive area to receive these updates to ensure policies comply with the law.
Many non-union employers do not understand the impact the National Labor Relations Board has on their workplaces. This webinar helps point out the common pitfalls with employer handbooks, and provides legal updates that should be translated into compliant policies for the workplace.
We will also address the relevant National Labor Relations Board decisions impacting every employer's handbook policies as well as tips for drafting compliant policies. Out of date handbooks are a common point of litigation, and can open employers up to a host of legal issues.
Handbooks Must, Shoulds, and Maybes
- Handbook Objectives
- Common Handbook Mistakes
Hot Topics for 2016
- Include Information That Must, Should, Maybe Included
- Handbook Don'ts
How to Craft a Handbook Complaint With the NLRB
- NLRB Enforcement
- Drug Use
- Domestic Partners
Drafting and Implementing PoliciesAbout The Presenter
- Attacks by the NLRB and Suggested Language for Handbooks
Danielle C. Garcia, Esq.
- Associate attorney in the San Diego office of Fisher & Phillips LLP
- Practice focuses on representing clients in all aspects of labor and employment law, including traditional labor relations management, harassment, and discrimination
- Experienced in drafting employee handbooks as well as advising clients on compliant handbook additions
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on drafting handbooks and compliant policies
- Wrote publications related to the areas of traditional labor and employment law, including arbitration agreements and other components of employee handbooks
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