Live Webinar Series - Employee Handbook

7/8/2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: Online
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DATES: 
July 8 | July 15 | July 22 

 

This 3 part webinar series will walk you through the basics of creating and implementing an employee handbook for your business. 

Sessions Date and Times: 

Session 1: July 8 | 1:00 p.m. 

An employee handbook is a must for any business that has employees.  Your employees need to know what they can expect from you and what you can expect from them.  Having an employee handbook provides guidance to everyone and serves to reinforce your policies.  During this three-part series our employment law attorney will walk you through the steps of creating a manual with emphasis on how to keep it simple, straightforward, and relevant to your particular business. 



Highlights | Part 1 


 Essentials for any handbook


 Issues related to downloading Internet handbooks


 Discipline and misconduct


 Drug testing


 Marijuana/cannabis law update


 

Session 2: July 15 | 1:00 p.m. 

An employee handbook is a must for any business that has employees.  Your employees need to know what they can expect from you and what you can expect from them.  Having an employee handbook provides guidance to everyone and serves to reinforce your policies.  During this three-part series our employment law attorney will walk you through the steps of creating a manual with emphasis on how to keep it simple, straightforward, and relevant to your particular business. 



Highlights | Part 2


 Leave policies


 Military leave


 Paid sick leave including COVID-19 related policies


 FMLA – Family Medical Leave Act


 Updates on Texas Paid Sick Leave laws


 

Session 3 : July 22 | 1:00 p.m. 

An employee handbook is a must for any business that has employees.  Your employees need to know what they can expect from you and what you can expect from them.  Having an employee handbook provides guidance to everyone and serves to reinforce your policies.  During this three-part series our employment law attorney will walk you through the steps of creating a manual with emphasis on how to keep it simple, straightforward, and relevant to your particular business. 


Highlights | Part 3 
 Social media policies
 National Labor Relations Board
 Phone/text policies
 Texas firearm and weapons policies
 Annual updates


Presenter: 
Trisha Barita, Managing Attorney, Barita Law PLLC 

 

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