Since the passage of Title VII, almost every employer has used employee handbooks so that they have a "tool" to tell the EEOC or the court, "we told the employee what to expect and he/she still violated our policy." A number of these handbooks read like contracts, and employers were stunned when some courts found that the company put the handbook out there and must adhere to "its word." Of course, every employer wants its employees to be "at will employees" without contractual obligations to that employee (except in union environments or those employees you want to have a true contract with your company).If you're not careful in drafting, you may just have made your handbook or company policy contracts. This webinar will assist you in learning how to create and use these useful tools while making sure your employees are truly employed "at will."
25 Feb 2016 @ 10:00 am
25 Feb 2016 @ 11:30 am
Duration: 1 hours, 30 minutes
Timezone: GMT -5:00
Organised by Trainhr (deactivated)