Get Your Handbook in Order: 2016 Employer's Toolkit - February Breakfast Briefing
Just as we have predicted for 2016, employment laws will likely keep changing, and so should your employee handbook. Your handbook is your company's first line of protection against employee complaints and potential lawsuits. Think of it as a living document giving your employees a clear picture of the company's rules, benefits and expectations. Where do you begin?
At our first Breakfast Briefing for 2016, Donna King Perry and Matthew Barszcz will show you FOUR specific areas where your employee handbook should be perfectly clear:
1. Social media and electronic communication policies
2. Independent contractor vs. employee job classification
3. Sexual orientation: Now a protected class under EEOC
4. Pregnancy discrimination in the workplace
Don't miss this opportunity to learn from our experienced labor and employment attorneys — it can lead to a more productive workplace and effectively protect you against liability.