Employee Policy Manual Live Broadcast
Member Fees: $149
Non-Member Fees: $149
Due to the Coronavirus, and in an attempt to keep our members safe, we are electing to change the format of this event from a live in-person event, to a professional virtual broadcast. The broadcast will span over 3 separate days, March 31st, April 7th, and April 14th from 8:30 – 10:00 AM.
In addition to the change in format, we are also highlighting standard policies in light of the Coronavirus pandemic that are important to consider, and have updated during this time. This topic will be covered on 3/31, and all of the original content will also be addressed throughout the series.
If your company has an employee policy manual or handbook – AND IT SHOULD – it is time to update it. If your company does not have an employee policy manual, it is long past time to implement one.
Most employers have employee policy manuals because they are a convenient, central repository for policies that are necessary for legal compliance. Policy manuals also provide guidelines to help employers ensure consistency and fairness in employment practices.
This workshop will examine the three categories of policies most commonly found in employee manuals:
- legally required policies;
- strongly recommended policies;
- and optional policies.
More importantly, we will distinguish between policies that should be in policy manuals and procedures that should not be included. We will also discuss the pros and cons of electronic versus hard-copy policy manuals in the age of technology. Finally, we will cover the very significant topic of acknowledgments, including electronic versus physical signatures.
This program runs three consecutive Tuesdays: March 31, April 7 and April 14.
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Recertification Credit Hours: 3
Specified Credit Hours: HR
Professional Development Credits Awarded: 3
Professional Development Credits Awarded: 4.5 Recommended
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