A well-written Employee Handbook is an important tool in helping with an organization’s day-to-day activities as well as a legal defense for potential litigation when needed. A poorly written handbook that contains legalese, language that is confusing or limits an employer’s flexibility, or policies that are not followed or not applicable can be an employer’s worst enemy. This workshop offers a structured process for developing and/or reviewing a handbook.
Topics to be covered:
Pros and cons of employee handbooks
Purpose of employee handbook
Resources available for developing handbooks
Legal issues that should be covered
What to and what not to include
Facilitated and taught by Jennifer Jacobus, PHRca, SHRM-CP
This event has been pre-approved by HRCI for 2 California HR Credits toward PHR and SPHR.
This course is being offered through the generous support of the San Diego Workforce Partnership.