Chestnut Ridge Workplace Internet Usage Policy Development Attorneys
In addition to employee handbooks, employee training on human resources issues and company policies can be beneficial for employees and the business. Addressing such issues may prevent problems before they begin. If an employee who has been through the training files a complaint, the company is in a better position for having provided the information to the employee.
Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman, P.C., provides development and presentation of in-house employee training for all levels of employees. Our law firm has extensive experience with all employment law matters as well as general counsel and corporate litigation experience. Businesses in New York and New Jersey rely on our lawyers for knowledgeable counsel regarding training and aggressive representation in complex cases. To arrange a consultation, please call 800-660-7843 or contact us online.
Prevent Problems and Employee Disputes
Employee training can cover any topic in the company's employee handbook. It can also address a special subject that arises such as an existing conflict or a new law or policy. We can train employees on issues such as discrimination, sexual harassment, hostile workplace, management/supervision, disciplinary procedures and additional topics. Company-specific policies such as appropriate workplace language and behavior are also important to address.
Privacy issues regarding the use of work computers are extremely important as well. To protect company information and liability, you need to advise employees that work computers are subject to being reviewed by the company. Make sure that your computer, Internet and email policies are up to date and include social media and blogs.
Speak With a Rockland County In-house Business Training Attorney
We have developed training for high-level management, assistant managers, supervisors and employees. Please call our office at 800-660-7843 to schedule an appointment. Messages left after business hours are returned promptly.