Updating Your Employee Handbook in 2015
Approved for 1.5 CLE Hours
When was the last time your employee handbook was updated? Does it include modern topics like social media, sexual orientation and gender identity, bringing your own devices (BYOD) or medical marijuana?
Employee handbooks provide an effective way to communicate your organization's policies, standards of conduct and values but to be enforceable, it must be current.
Join us on Tuesday, October 20, starting at 8:30 a.m. for a breakfast briefing about the importance of having an updated employee handbook with present-day regulations.
A light breakfast will be served to attendees.
Brendan, director and co-chair of Kegler Brown's Labor + Employment practice, advises clients regarding personnel issues, including hiring and firing lawfully, FMLA compliance, drug and alcohol testing, Fair Labor Standards Act compliance, and government contracting. He also has experience in the development and preparation of employment agreements, employee handbooks, confidentiality and non-compete agreements, affirmative action plans, separation agreements and releases, and independent contractor agreements
Tim concentrates his practice on representing various businesses in several facets, including, but not limited to, wage and hour issues, workplace training, labor negotiations, worker’s compensation, employment contracts, and in defending claims of discriminatory conduct.
Please register by Tuesday, October 13, by clicking the RSVP button below or by contacting Ashton Lahman, [email protected] or (614) 255-5515.
Brown Hill + Ritter
65 East State Street, Suite 1800
Columbus, OH 43215
Complimentary Parking: We will reimburse parking tickets from the Columbus Commons Underground Garage only, located at 191 S. 3rd Street. Directions to parking garage.