Don Phin is a Keynote Speaker at Ijona Skills. He is a street-wise hero from the Bronx, Don Phin has been a California employment law attorney since 1983. He litigated cases for 17 years and then quit cold-turkey when he realized nobody wins a lawsuit. Since leaving litigation, Don has presented more than 600 times to executives nationwide. Don has created over 30 online training programs, including Employee Engagement, and nine others for LinkedIn Learning. Don was the founder and President of HR That Works, used by 3,500 companies, and acquired by ThinkHR in January of 2014. He worked there ........
This is a great program for building an employee handbook that is compliant, while also reflecting and reinforcing your company culture. Whether you are starting from scratch or updating an existing handbook.
In this fast-moving training, attorney, author and speaker, Don Phin, will take us through the basics of handbook compliance. Don will remind us about the importance of staying compliant with a wide range of laws, including those promulgated by Federal, State and Municipal governing bodies, along with the myriad of regulations and case laws surrounding the interpretation of those laws.
Then Don will focus on the opportunities available in creating great employee handbooks. He will discuss how you can focus your handbook on defining and reinforcing your company culture, vision, mission, values, goals, and more.
Finally, he'll talk about bringing your employee handbook to life and the opportunities that have been created by graphics, media, and the online storage and dissemination of handbooks.
Why should you attend?
Too many employee handbooks are out of date, focus only on legalities or administrative policies, and are boring at best.
The #metoo movement has made it very clear that your handbook needs to show employees how to behave and what procedures to follow when they don't.
Yes, your handbooks must be compliant, but they must also play a role in establishing company culture.
Do your employees WANT to read your handbook? Is it interesting? Attractive? Positive?
How can you take advantage of graphics, media, and online storage in creating your handbook?
Areas Covered in the Session:
- Quick history into the evolution of employee handbooks
- Don't put your disclaimers before your welcome letter
- At-will and other disclaimers
- Hiring and orientation
- Wage and hour
- Performance management and discipline
- Communication policies
- Leave Management
- Discrimination and Harassment
- Bringing your employee handbook to life
Who can Benefit:
- Human Resource Manager
- Director of Human Resources
- Human Resources Partner
- Human Resource Consultant