Top 3 Employee Handbook Updates for 2016

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Engage CEO Jay Starkman on Employee Handbooks
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Top 3 Employee Handbook Updates for 2016

Employment laws and workplace issues are constantly evolving. As a result, employers are faced with the daunting task of making sure that their company handbooks and key policies and procedures are up-to-date.

Over the last several years, some workplace issues have generated considerable controversy as well as political and emotional debates. Regardless of an organization’s position on a specific issue or regulation, it's essential for companies to be in compliance with current federal, state and local employment laws.

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Should Employers Police Workplace Romances?

Workplace policies and office romances: Engage CEO, Jay Starkman, talks to Fast Company magazine.

"The old approach for many companies was to ban office dating as a way to avoid potential liability," he says. "I couldn’t be more against that. It’s like Prohibition; all the ban does is force the activity underground. People aren’t going to stop dating because of a policy. It may have a little chilling effect, but that hurts culture because people end up sneaking around."

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Employee Identity and Verifications

Engage PEO CEO, Jay Starkman and Engage Assistant General Counsel and HR Manager, Vanessa Matsis-McCready provide a detailed review of the new Form I-9 for employers.

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