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Handbooks and Social Media Policies – Tysons Corner
October 16, 2018 at 8:00 am EDT
Tuesday, October 16th
8:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Offit Kurman, P.A.
8000 Towers Crescent Drive
Tysons Corner, VA 22182
It is imperative for businesses of all sizes to stay up-to-date with trends, markets, and policy changes. With the proliferation of employment laws and increasing use of social media, it’s extremely easy for oversites to occur if employment policies aren’t reviewed, developed, updated, and enforced. In a comprehensive (and complimentary) breakfast workshop, the experienced Labor and Employment Attorneys of Offit Kurman will discuss the “need-to-know” of employee handbooks, what’s been changed and updated, and what’s likely to come in the next year.
The topics to be covered include:
- The fundamentals and importance of a thorough and up-to-date handbook
- Changing NLRB positions regarding policies affecting non-union employees
- Social Media Policies and Procedures
- Common handbook misconceptions and omitted details
Having a clear, comprehensive and concise handbook is not only an effective way to communicate information to employees, but it also serves to reduce legal risk and, when reviewed with an attorney, to spot other potential issues. We hope you can join us for this informative and important breakfast briefing.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Theodore P. Stein’s practice focuses on the defense of fiduciaries in a variety of contexts: In the employee benefits field, he defends employers who serve as Plan Administrators, individual Trustees of employer-sponsored pension and welfare plans and service providers of group benefit plans. Mr. Stein assists businesses, non-profits and their sponsored pension and health/welfare plans with compliance issues and litigation problems arising under ERISA, the federal regulatory statute for group benefit plans.
Theodora Stringham assists individuals, businesses, and organizations with growing successfully while minimizing liability. Focusing on real estate and personnel needs, Ms. Stringham executes sustainable plans for real estate development and employee matters. She provides comprehensive representation for everyday growth issues, including, but not limited to, re-zonings, site plan approvals, eminent domain/valuation concerns, employment discrimination, and disciplinary issues. Ms. Stringham's scope of representation ranges from identifying potential liability and providing counseling/trainings, all the way through representation at trial.