Our society is increasingly bureaucratized and documentation is essential to working this bureaucracy. From a cost vs. benefit standpoint, having a written workplace handbook that highlights conduct, compensation and benefits, generally saves more money than it costs. While downloading a handbook from the internet, even if it’s free, may sound like a good idea, you generally get what you pay for as one-size-fits-all solutions are rarely as effective as solutions tailored to your needs. What makes the most sense for your organization? What policies are must-haves? What are the latest best practices when it comes to employee handbooks? What about training your staff and your managers? This webinar presents practical advice for employers looking to put themselves in the best position possible to not only defend against employment-related claims but—hopefully—to help avoid them in the first place.
As a management side labor & employment attorney & human resources (HR) counselor, Charles Krugel, www.charlesakrugel.com, has 25 years of experience in the field & has been running his own… Read More
Gary Noah Savine is an employment lawyer and the founder of Chicago-based law firm Savine Employment Law, Ltd. Gary brings to the table over twenty years of legal expertise and… Read More
Helen Bloch is the principal and founder of the Law Offices of Helen Bloch, P.C., a general practice firm that is a Certified Female Business Enterprise. In the employment and… Read More
Max leads the Garfinkel Group, LLC's employment law practices groups and is a plaintiff-side employment law attorney. He has been practicing law since 2013 and has spent the majority of… Read More