Bring Your Own Policy (BYOP) in MonroeRead Time: 1 min
Join McGlinchey’s Labor and Employment Team for a “Bring Your Own Policy” presentation in Monroe.
September 27, 2019
Noon – 1:30 p.m.
Premier Plaza – 7th Floor
1900 N. 18th Street
Monroe, LA 71201
- Does your policy undermine your employees’ at-will status?
- Does your policy make it easier for employees to steal confidential business information?
- Do your company policies and practices expose you to harassment or discrimination charges?
- Are you up to date on the new marijuana laws and how they may impact your business?
- Are you using independent contractors, which put your company at risk?
Get answers to these questions and more at McGlinchey Stafford’s BYOP Presentation.
Bring your handbook, specific policies, and questions and our Labor & Employment Law Team will help determine whether your policies are up-to-date, identify issues, and discuss your most pressing employment law concerns. As a bonus, you’ll have the opportunity to network with other human resources professionals to determine best HR practices and operations.
Lunch will be served at 12:00 p.m. prior to the program. This program is open to McGlinchey Stafford clients and friends. There is no cost to attend.
For more information, please contact Cindy Lemoine at email@example.com or (504) 654-1137.
About McGlinchey Stafford’s Labor & Employment Team
Our attorneys anticipate and resolve complex issues facing employers and in-house legal departments. We advise and guide clients on business-focused legal solutions in claim and conflict prevention, regulatory compliance, and risk reduction in litigation and workplace investigations. We have achieved a national reputation for representing union and non-union companies in almost every industry, including healthcare, financial services, banking, energy, hospitality, education, manufacturing, retail, and construction. We collaborate productively with human resources teams and strategically counsel executives and management, keeping them at the forefront of emerging regulations and changing employment practices.