Employee handbooks serve as compliance documents that outline the rights and regulations for both employees and employers. When handbooks are not kept up to date with changes in legislation and/or company policies, employers open the door for legal threats.
Having an outdated handbook, or worse - none at all - can be a BIG problem.
That’s why we have partnered with law firm Shuttleworth & Ingersoll for another installment of our “What Employers Need to Know” series.
Join us this month as we discuss:
Critical policies to have in any handbook
Policies that may have changed in recent years
Policies that may change again under the Biden Administration