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Employee Handbooks 2022

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Employee handbooks are essential for employers. They help the employer protect themself from future liability. However, there are important mistakes that employers make that cause problems. Join us for a discussion on the do's and don'ts on employee handbooks.

Topics Include:

Federal, State and Local Laws
a. At will employment
b. Discipline policies
c. Equal Employment Opportunity (“EEO”) 
i. sexual orientation update (Bostock v. Clayton County (U.S. 2020)
ii. Anti-Discrimination Policy (Whole Foods – BLM mask termination case (2021)
iii. Sexual (and other) Harassment
iv. Wage and Hour Laws

COVID-19 Issues
a. Vaccination and testing policies 
b. Masking policies
c. Accommodation requests
d. Remote work policies
e. Leave policies
i. Sick leave
ii. Paid time leave
iii. FMLA

NLRB Decisions
a. Social Media
b. Confidentiality Rules
c. Rules Re: employees’ conduct toward Company and Supervisors
d. Rules Re: Regulating Employee Conduct Towards Fellow Employees
e. Rules Re: Restricting Use of Company Logos, Copyrights, and Trademarks
f. Rules Re: Restricting Photography and recording
g. Rules Re: Restricting employees from leaving work
h. Employer conflict of interest rules


All attendees will receive the course materials as a digital book.

Recorded in July 2022.

Practice Areas


Cory A. Iannacone Esq. Pillar & Aught LLC
Ari R. Karpf Esq. Karpf Karpf & Cerutti PC
Solomon Z. Krevsky Esq. Krevsky Bowser
Bobbi Britton Tucker Esq. Cozen O'Connor (Pgh)
Faculty may vary by location.
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