Busted! Top Employee Handbook Mistakes of 2020
Deirdre Kamber Todd is the Managing Partner of the Kamber Law Group, P.C., a next-generation law-firm located in Allentown, Pennsylvania. With twenty years’ experience, Deirdre’s areas of practice include business law, employment law, healthcare law, and HIPAA. In addition to her legal practice, she has provided training and education for both the general public and special interest organizations. She presents at national, state and local conferences, has taught as an adjunct professor for several colleges, and regularly provides training to private clients. She has provided perspectives and interviews with Bloomberg News, NPR, SHRM, and other publications and has received client and legal awards for her work.
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Do you know the top ten provisions of your employee handbook that can get your company in legal trouble? You need to, and you need to fix these issues immediately. This webinar will focus on your company’s employee handbook pitfalls, the omissions that you need to add, and the right language to avoid creating legal lability. Make sure you attend this program to find out what dangers are hiding in your handbook!
Our agenda will include discussion regarding the laws and mistakes that most employers make, including:
• ADA, ADEA, and Title VII
• USERRA and NDAA
- We also will explore:
• Commonly omitted, legally required, policies;
• Legally required changes that most handbooks don’t include;
• Common drafting errors, and
• The relationship between your handbook and other company documents, such as contracts, and how to properly draft non-competes and other employee obligations.
Course Level - Intermediate
Who Should Attend
HR Directors, Administrative Directors, Chief Security Officers, Chief Information Officers
Why Should You Attend
With the exponential growth of remote access, telework, and discrimination claims, it is critical that employers avoid the more complex pitfalls and errors that cause the majority of employment law cases. Many governmental agencies and courts look for the target cases on hot topics – don’t become the poster child for what not to do.