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March 31, 2022

Barclay Damon Live: Labor & Employment Podcast—"Guide to Employee Handbooks, Part 3: Recommended and Optional Policies, With Megan Bahas"

Episode 17 of Barclay Damon Live: Labor & Employment Podcast finds host Ari Kwiatkowski and her Barclay Damon colleague Megan Bahas concluding their conversation about employee handbooks. They discuss recommended and optional policies for employers to include in their handbooks; some are helpful to clarify issues and others in case the need arises to defend employment-related claims. Ari and Megan also delve into policies around timekeeping, benefits and vacation time, media and social media, employee conduct, and more. Touching on the National Labor Relations Board, they note NLRB regulations apply to all businesses, not just those that are unionized. Listen in for more.

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