Employee Handbooks and the Law

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Location:Saddle Brook, Marriott
Sponsored by:EANJ

An Employee Handbook is a written document that explains an employer’s major human resources and employee policies and procedures and describes employee benefits. With 180 applicable labor standards, it is critical that employers communicate their policies efficiently and legally. This seminar is designed for senior HR professionals and will legally review the major policies in an Employee Handbook, including:

  • Employment At Will
  • Background Checks
  • Employee Relations
  • Open Door
  • Grievance Handling
  • Discipline and Discharge
  • Solicitation and Distribution
  • Trespassing on Premises
  • Outside Activities and Communications
  • Outside Jobs
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Confidentiality
  • Harassment
  • Dress Codes
  • Screen Savers
  • Electronic Communications
  • Social Networking


John J. Sarno, Esq.
President, EANJ


Saddle Brook, Marriott
9am – 3pm
Registration begins at 8:30.  Limited to 35 participants - first come-first serve basis. All course materials included. Refreshments in morning only. On your own for lunch - restaurant on premises.  

Special New Year Pricing:

$150 - EANJ Members
$250 – All Others

Substitutions are permitted, however in order to meet program commitments, cancellations made less than two (2) full working days before the program date or "no-shows", must be charged the full registration fee.

HRCI credits pending