Webinar: 2022 and Your Employee Handbook - Prepare Now to Mitigate Risk
Employers need to maintain their handbooks so that they reflect rapidly changing laws on the federal, state and local levels as well as address the evolving work environment and the culture and benefits that are shaping the future of work.
Failing to address these changes can expose an employer to legal liability and decreased employee morale and engagement.
In this 60-minute webinar. Jennifer Savion, special counsel in Littler Mendelson's San Diego office, explores emerging trends affecting employee handbooks and how employers need to respond as they look toward 2022. From paid and family leave to diversity, equity and inclusion, to COVID-19 and hybrid and remote work, the landscape is vast and HR professionals need to track and respond in order to keep their organizations compliant and to properly communicate policies to their workforce.
After watching, viewers will be able to:
- Identify the key challenges for multistate employers with changing laws affecting handbooks
- Know how to address employees who work in a remote or hybrid arrangement
- Recognize the laws that affect your organization and what is expected in your handbook to speak to them
- Understand the risks of not updating your handbook in the coming months
- And more!