Employee Handbook Workshop [VIRTUAL EVENT]
Jun 24, 2020 01:00PM to Jun 24, 2020 02:30PM
Lancaster Chamber, 115 E King St, Lancaster, PA 17602
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Price: $ 90
Member Price: $ 75
As we continue to offer programming, the access fees help offset the cost for our staff coordination and organization as we also navigate the difficult landscape for business during this current crisis. However, we understand that businesses are at varying levels of financial stability and if the fee is a barrier to your access, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can ensure you are able to register. Our goal is to be an effective, informative resource for you at this time and want to help how we can.
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Presented by Joshua L. Schwartz, Esquire and Kareemah Mayer.
Back by popular demand! NEWLY UPDATED for timely and relevant content addressing COVID-19, the 2020 Employee Handbook Workshop will take you through the most important policies that companies of all sizes should have in their Employee Handbooks. This session will cover policy updates on, among others...
• Sexual orientation and transgender status
• Harassment investigations and training
• Pregnancy and religious accommodations
• Remote Work
• Infectious disease
• The use of medical marijuana in the workplace
In addition, attendees each will receive a copy of the user-friendly Employee Handbook Guidance ($50-$75 retail value!).
Meet Our Presenters
A prolific trial attorney and counselor, Josh is a partner in the firm's Litigation and Employment practice groups. He represents public and private employers in litigation matters, administrative agency investigations and labor arbitrations and counsels employers on issues related to employee discipline and termination, workplace harassment, wage and hour compliance, medical leaves of absence and labor relations.
Kareemah, a Philadelphia-area native, earned her law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where she was the president of the Student Bar Association, and a managing editor of the University of Pittsburgh Tax Review. While attending law school, Kareemah served as a summer intern for the Honorable Angelo J. Foglietta of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.