Employee Handbook Policy Updates Required
When was the last time you updated your employee handbook? For many companies, the answer could mean bad news. If you are ever faced with litigation, an outdated employee handbook could make the hot water you’re in even hotter.
As Federal and state laws change each year, companies need to review their policies and procedures and update employee handbooks for compliance. Join us on October 23rd, as attorney Greg McAllister reviews new laws in multiple areas that you need to understand as you review policies and update your employee handbooks.
In this hour long webinar, you will learn:
- What new court, legislative, and regulatory developments impact your company’s policies
- How to include disclaimer language in your employee handbook to protect your company
- How to avoid accidently creating a binding contract by the language in your handbook
- What well-meaning policies in your handbook could hurt your company during litigation
- How to quickly educate your employees on changes to policies and ensure they understand your new handbook
About the Presenter:
Greg McAllister practices for Littler Mendelson in Dallas, Texas, where he advises employers regarding overtime, noncompetition/nonsolicitation, trade secrets, independent contractor classification, and executive compensation. He has been successful in responding to charges by the EEOC and the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), including winning reversals. Among his many accomplishments, he has also obtained two unanimous defense jury verdicts in class/collective action lawsuits regarding overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).