Kicking the can down the road is rarely a good idea, particularly when it comes to spending the time (and money) to develop a set of policies and procedures that will cover your workplace. While downloading handbook from the internet for a nominal fee, 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.
Aaron R. Gelb is a partner in the Chicago office of Conn Maciel Carey, a boutique law firm focused on Labor & Employment, Workplace Safety, and Litigation. Mr. Gelb specializes in labor and employment, and OSHA… Read More
Jeralyn Baran is a Principal with Chuhak & Tecson and leads the firm's 13-attorney Employment Group. As an employment and commercial litigation attorney, Jeralyn Baran sets priorities easily: issues that… Read More
Jodi Eisenstadt, Founder of Eisen Alliance Legal Solutions counsels and represents clients in workplace matters. As a consultant with Employment Practices Solutions (www.epspros.com), she conducts internal workplace investigations and provides… Read More