Credit: 2.0 Credit Hours
Description: The employee handbook may be one of the most valuable business documents that you help create for your business client. When drafting the employee handbook, it is crucial to consider the company's size, its locations, nature of its business, the composition of its workforce, whether its employees are unionized, applicable employment laws, workplace problems that it routinely faces, and the overall corporate culture. You will learn:
What issues to cover in the handbook
What matters not to address in the handbook
What language should never appear in the handbook
How to decide whether to include a social media use policy in the company handbook
What to include in a social media use policy
What never to include in a social media use policy
How to draft an effective disclaimer
How to guard against inadvertently creating contractual obligations.
Sample clauses will be included.
D.C. Bar Conference Center
1101 K Street NW
(Nearest Metro Stop: Metro Center 12th Street)
Washington DC 20005
- CLE Program 202-626-3488
- Michelle Radcliffe, Isler Dare Ray Radcliffe & Connolly, P.C.
- Diane Seltzer, The Seltzer Law Firm
- CLE Credit
Corporation, Finance and Securities Law Section $89.00
D.C. Bar Members $99.00
Government Attorneys $109.00
Labor and Employment Law Section $89.00