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Michael Shadiack Presents Hot Tips for Employers When Drafting and Updating Employee Handbooks on Behalf of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce

06.20.2012
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ROSELAND, N.J./July 14, 2011 -- Connell Foley partner Michael A. Shadiack was  the featured presenter at the Morris County Chamber of Commerce’s seminar “Hot Tips for Employers to Maximize the Benefits of Employee Handbooks and to Avoid Common Drafting Errors” held on July 14, 2011.

The seminar empowered human resource professionals, business owners, and management representatives with the knowledge and tools to formulate and implement a practical and effective employee handbook, and effectively manage employees, in compliance with federal and state employment laws. Shadiack discussed the numerous ways that a clearly-worded and well-organized employee handbook will benefit an organization. Shadiack provided practical advice for drafting, and even more importantly, updating an employee handbook to comply with 2011 standards, and discussed the substantive policies that must be (by law) and should be (as a good business practice) included in an employee handbook.

Shadiack is a partner in the firm's Labor and Employment Law practice group, who practices exclusively in the areas of labor and employment law on behalf of management in the private and public sectors, in addition he represents non-profit organizations and institutions of higher education. He provides employers with pro-active and preventative counseling on personnel and benefit issues to ensure compliance with statutory and common law requirements, as well as prepares comprehensive and practical employment agreements and personnel policies tailored to each employer’s specific needs.

For more information, please contact Michael A. Shadiack at 973-535-0500 or mshadiack@connellfoley.com.

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