Labor and Employment Webinar Series
Life Cycle of An Employee
Companies may differ in size, industry or business model. One thing that unites all employers, however, is the goal to recruit, train and retain a quality workforce while remaining compliant with all aspects of the law. The "life cycle" of an employee over the course of their tenure with a company includes other milestones beyond simply recruiting and training. What are these identifiable stages in the employee life cycle, and how can employers navigate through common obstacles to avoid the pitfalls of employment litigation?
This webinar Polsinelli's Labor and Employment series begins the "Life Cycle of an Employee," a year-long examination of the full range of considerations that employers face at each stage of employee development, and how new legal regulations affect best practices from hiring to termination.
Part One: Recruitment and Talent Acquisitions | January 20, 2015
This webinar addresses the following topics: job descriptions, compensation surveys, internet sourcing/recruiters, posting and job requisitions, resume screens
Part Two: Assessment, Selection and Onboarding | March 3, 2015
This webinar addresses the following topics: Screening tools, initial testing and background checks; Orientation documents – the I-9 form, E-Verify and other e-forms/data; Arbitration agreements and restrictive covenants, including EDR/ADR programs; Employee handbooks and policies, including protecting company intellectual property; Provision of SPDs and the execution of beneficiary designation forms
Part Three: Training and Development | May 7, 2015
This webinar addresses the following topics: Orientation and recurrent training- handbook and other policies; Recent developments regarding social media-use policies and to her Section 7 issues; Management training; Employee access to training opportunities; Employee Promotions
Part Four: Performance Management | August 25, 2015
This webinar addresses the following topics: How to protect your significant employee investment by harnessing tools such as regular and ad hoc evaluations, employee goal setting and disciplinary measures. Discussion of new management tools available to raise the bar for performance by your 21st century workforce.
Part Five: Termination | October 8, 2015
This webinar addresses the following topics: Managing performance and attendance related terminations; Can you terminate whistleblowers; Exit Interviews; Protecting intellectual property and confidential information; Reductions-in-force and other separation agreements; Post-decision considerations and communications