All employers can benefit from having an employment handbook to ensure that policies are implemented consistently, employees are treated fairly, and questions are answered without employees having to raise them with human resources representatives. But for an employment handbook to be effective, it must be done right. Dorsey’s webinar discussed the essentials of a handbook and the most common mistakes we see in reviewing and revising handbooks.


      • Jessie Mischke and Joel O’Malley, Dorsey & Whitney LLP

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