Employers Should Review and Update Handbooks
With employment laws rapidly changing and evolving, it is important for employers to periodically review and revise their employee handbooks to ensure that their policies, practices and procedures comply with applicable federal, state and local laws. In a contributed article for Columbus Bar Association’s Legal Connections and Columbus Business First, Curtis Moore focused on four key employment policies often appearing in employee handbooks that should be periodically reviewed by employers to ensure they are up to date and compliant, including equal employment opportunity, paid leave policies, drug and alcohol policy, and workplace violence.
To read the full article, visit Columbus Bar Associations’ Legal Connections. (The article also appeared in the November 8, 2019 print edition of Columbus Business First.)