Too many employers spend hours putting together their company handbook without first undertaking a thoughtful analysis of the handbook’s objectives, possible unintended consequences, or even what is actually required to be in the book. This approach can be a formula for poor morale and expensive, time consuming law suits. The decision to have an employee handbook must carry with it the commitment to having it “done right”. A properly drafted employee handbook can be the cornerstone of positive human relations and pro-active legal compliance.
This seminar offers a unique “reset” on the issue and explores the pros and cons of having a company handbook as well as an essential review of policies which should be considered and, perhaps more importantly, avoided.
Questions explored include:
Presented by: Nicholas J. Fiorenza of Ferrara Fiorenza PC