Employee handbooks are dynamic, “living” documents – they evolve over time with changes in the law, best practices and an organization’s individual culture and strategic goals. They’re also your organization’s key communication tool – setting expectations for employees, and describing what those employees can expect from your organization.
Updating employee handbooks is a continuous process, and if you blink you might miss communicating a critical change in the law or your company’s policies. Is your handbook up to date? Do you know the key issues to monitor in 2020 that may prompt additional revisions to your handbook? This session provides an overview of current handbook best practices, as well as discussion of recent changes in the law and key policies to include.
Who Should Attend
HR professionals, office or operational managers responsible for the development or revision of the organization’s Employee Handbook.
- Learn quick tips for layout, organization, content, formats and distribution best practices
- Learn how to clearly articulate expectations through your handbook and written policies
- Identify new developments in the law that require policy revision
- Identify issues to monitor that may prompt additional revisions to the handbook