Identifying Risk in Your Employee Handbook for 2020
An employee handbook is meant to be a living document, but most are created and then left to collect dust. Only to be handed out as one of the first impressions a new employee has about your company. Whether you don't have an employee handbook or you don't even remember the last time yours was updated it is time to take a fresh look at the impression you are making.
Having a well drafted employee handbook can not only provide protection in the case of lawsuits, but it can also be informational and provide a new employee a glimpse into your company culture and how you operate. Join Michelli Rivera as she guides you through the process of creating or improving your employee handbook.
Your Benefits of Attending:
- Understand recent and/or imminent law changes and how that impacts your employee handbook
- Learn about the all the legal updates that will affect your policies on alcohol testing, sick leave, weapons, family and medical leave and much more
- Gain important insights into FMLA policies and ensuring that yours has the critical protections that are needed
- Understand the Interactive Process under the ADA and how it should be included in your policy
- Walk away with recommendations for specific policy language regarding harassment and equal employment opportunity
- Q&A with employee handbook expert Michelli Rivera
Now is the time to dust off your employee handbook and make the necessary updates to keep your company safe and give a great first impression.
Michelli Rivera is an associate in the firm's Atlanta office. She represents clients in all areas of labor and employment law including employment discrimination claims, wrongful termination claims, wage and hour disputes and audits, non-compete and restrictive covenants, compliance, training, and prevention.Prior to joining Fisher Phillips, Michelli practiced with the law firm of Burr & Forman, LLP handling commercial business disputes and employment matters. Previously, she interned with t... View Full Profile
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