Say What?!?! How Your Handbook Differs from the Law and is it Helping or Hurting You – ABEN – OnDemand – No CE
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Employee handbooks are an essential document in any employment relationship, and there is often uncertainty regarding what should and must be included. Some regulations compel publication to workers, while others do not. The legal requirements for employee handbooks will be covered in this session, followed by a discussion of what organizations should and should not include in their employee handbooks.
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Objectives of Learning
Participants will learn about the legal requirements for employee handbooks.
Attendees will understand what aspects of an employee handbook may be harmful to them.
Best practices advise on what to put in employee handbooks will be provided to attendees.
Dustin maintains an active employment law practice as a founding partner of Simon | Paschal PLLC, a boutique employment law company in Dallas, Texas. His practice encompasses practically all aspects of employment law, including counseling and counsel. If it’s a human resources issue, Dustin will most likely handle it for his clients. Dustin also represents his clients at hearings, injunction hearings, trials, and before state and federal bodies. Dustin served on the DallasHR Board of Directors for four years and was President in 2018. He now serves on the DallasHR Board of Trustees as a Trustee. Dustin has an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell, has been named a Texas Super Lawyers Rising Star every year since 2012, and was named a Best Lawyer Under 40 and a Best Lawyer in Dallas by D Magazine in 2018.
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Paul maintains an active employment and business legal practice as a founding partner of Simon | Paschal PLLC, a boutique employment and business law company in Dallas, Texas. Paul’s employment experience includes Title VII, state discrimination statutes, the ADA, the ADEA, the FLSA, the FMLA, employment contracts, non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, employee handbooks, and several other employment rules and regulations. Paul also has a comprehensive commercial practice that includes the establishment and dissolution of corporate entities, operating agreements, and contract preparation and review. Paul served on the DAYL Executive Committee for six years, eventually becoming President. Paul has also been named a Texas Super Lawyer Rising Star and has been named a Texas Super Lawyer five times. In 2018, Paul was named a Best Lawyer Under 40 and a Best Lawyer in Dallas by D Magazine.
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