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June Virtual SHRM Luncheon

  • Thursday, June 13, 2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Join us for this month's Virtual SHRM Luncheon

"Best Practices for Developing & Maintaining a Multi-State Employee Handbook"

Date/Time: Thursday June 13th | 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Location: Virtual - Link to meeting will be emailed once registered

Tickets on Sale: May 10th - June 12th

What We'll Cover:

States and local ordinances are regularly revising their employment laws. This means an ever-changing landscape of handbook policy requirements for employers.

It can be an arduous task keeping up with such moving targets - especially with employees moving everywhere nationwide and more flexible “work from everywhere” philosophies. Seyfarth has assembled a Handbook & Policy Team that is doing just that. In this webinar, we discuss the best practices for employers to develop and update employee handbooks and addenda that are unique to each company and cost efficient.

Topics include:

  • The importance of an excellent employee handbook and corresponding state addenda.
  • Best practices in developing employee handbooks and policies.
  • Trends and developments in the law - what employers should know about their employee handbooks and state addenda now that we're in a new year.
  • The impact of Stericycle on handbooks.
  • How Seyfarth’s Handbook & Policy Team has helped employers.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the importance of a thorough employee handbook that addresses federal and state laws.
  • Learn the best practices for creating and updating an effective employee handbook.
  • Recognize the trends and developments in the law that are impacting employers in 2024.

About Our Presenter:

Chelsea Mesa - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Chelsea Mesa is a co-chair of Seyfarth's Handbooks & Policy Development team and focuses on advising employers on various employment-related issues and human resources practices, including compliance with federal and local laws and ordinances. She counsels clients on employment policies, and performs training on all aspects of employment conduct. In addition, Chelsea has extensive experience litigating employment matters on behalf of clients in the retail, manufacturing, entertainment, distribution, food service, health care, and technology industries.

Proudly Sponsored By: Navia Benefit Solutions

Navia is a full-service benefits administration team headquartered in the PNW and has offices nationwide, totaling over 600 employees! As a growing competitor in the TPA space, Navia has found success in standing apart from the crowd by focusing on team building, employee well-being, and a company culture that inspires great service. Started in 1989, Navia is still family owned and operated as it has grown into a national footprint competing and winning against the biggest payroll and pre-tax/compliance platforms.

This program is pending approval for 1 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP and 1 General HRCI credit.

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