Labor Letter - March 2011

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In This Issue:

Writing An Employee Handbook Your Employees Will Read – And Heed Part 1 By D. Albert Brannen (Atlanta)

Not complying with current law can be expensive in today’s legal climate. Employers should review their employee handbooks and employment-related policies to make sure they are up to date. More importantly, employers should draft their handbooks so their employees actually read them and follow their policies....

March Mayhem Bracket For Employers: Biggest Workplace Headaches By Rich Meneghello (Portland)

About this time of year, most of your employees will start wasting a good chunk of their day filling out brackets in anticipation of the NCAA college basketball tournament. Why try to beat them when you can join them? Fisher & Phillips has created a bracket for employers, but instead of predicting basketball results, we want you to tell us your biggest headaches for employers.....

A Successful Employment Relationship Starts With A Good Interview By Michelle Anderson (New Orleans)

Let’s face it, if you have conducted any number of interviews, you know that all things being equal on paper, the face-to-face meeting with an applicant can be invaluable. For years, I advised job seekers on how to achieve the “fit-in factor” with an employer during an interview. Like it or not, this is often the ultimate hiring criteria. Will this applicant fit in with the corporate culture? Will this person enhance the cohesiveness of out “team” atmosphere? Will this individual grow with the company and contribute towards its goals and success? The fit-in factor! Or, from the applicant’s perspective, the most important response to the question: “Why should I hire you?”....

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