This webinar will explain how to develop and maintain a high-quality multi-state employee handbook. It will cover common federal and state issues in multistate handbook drafting including NLRB, EEOC, PPACA, disability, pregnancy and leave.
Why Should You Attend?
Employee handbooks can be an employer’s best friend or worst enemy. Strong, direct employee handbooks give employers a fantastic first of line of defense and a great go-to guide for most issues that arise in the workplace. Poor employee handbooks, in contrast, can immediately undermine a workplace. So, employers must effectively navigate the complications to develop and maintain a high-quality, dependable, and successful handbook.
Multistate employers need a dynamic and effective multi-state handbook. Every employer who has employees in more than one state automatically faces a myriad of confusing state laws, federal mandates, and legal conflicts that must be addressed in order to work effectively in multiple jurisdictions.
This webinar will offer attendees a tool-box of best practices for developing and maintaining a strong multi-state employee handbook.
- Common federal issues in multistate handbook drafting
- Common state issues in multistate handbook drafting
- Best practices in resolution between conflicting state laws
- Navigating federal versus state legal standards
- General employee policy adoption versus specific state policy change
Who will benefit?
- HR Directors
- Business Directors
- Any CO involved with employee relations/human resources
Deirdre Kamber Todd, Esq., is a partner with The Kamber Law Group, P.C., a next-generation law firm located in Allentown, Pennsylvania. With fifteen years of experience, Deirdre focuses her practice on labor and employment law, social media and technology law, HIPAA, and business law. Specific areas of her employment law practice include discrimination, wage and hour, restrictive covenants, business contracts, unemployment compensation, LGBT issues, labor disputes, FMLA, military leave, social media litigation, information privacy and technology, agency compliance, and medical record privacy. Her clients include companies, non-profits, governmental entities, and individuals. Her work includes consultative and legal services, from outsourced HR …