Misleading Language, Mistakes With Leave Policies, Unintentional Contractual Liabilities, and More
What landmines might be lurking in your employee handbooks? Do you possess the skills necessary to deal with whatever curveball gets thrown your way? This program shows you how to address advanced issues that pop up with employment manuals, from mistakes with trade secrets to the pitfalls of misleading language. Refine your skill set - register today!
Avoid common pitfalls with social media policies.
Discover the dos and don'ts of leave policies.
Examine guidelines for overcoming hurdles faced by multi-state employers.
Evade the top errors made with wage and hour law provisions.
Uncover practical guidance for preventing unintentional contractual liabilities.
Tech and Social Media Policies: Avoiding Legal Landmines
Leave Policy Dos and Don'ts: With Examples
Special Considerations for Work-From-Home Policies
Multi-State Employers: Overcoming Major Obstacles
Wage and Hour Law Provisions - Avoiding Common Pitfalls
Mistakes to Avoid With Trade Secrets
Misleading Language: Addressing Common Issues
What You Need to Know About Arbitration Provisions
Drafting Handbook Provisions to Prevent Unintentional Contractual Liabilities
Useful Tips for Keeping Your Handbook Policies Up to Date
JAMES R. ANDREEN is a shareholder for the law firm for Erstad & Riemer PA, where he is a trial and appellate lawyer, mainly in the areas of employment and civil rights. He is a member of the Federal, Hennepin County and Minnesota State bar associations; as well as the Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association. Mr. Andreen earned his B.A. degree from the University of Minnesota and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from the Hamline University School of Law.
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