If your employee handbook is still an actual book, you're living in the paper past.
Converting to a digital handbook will cut costs, make updating easier and – most importantly – erase many of the legal dangers associated with paper handbooks. Plus, an e-handbook helps you prove that you trained employees on your policies and what they should do to report harassment, working off the clock and other HR headaches.
But e-handbooks involve more than just transferring written documents into a database. One wrong move can actually inject a host of new legal risks:
- Making the conversion
- Getting signatures as verification of at-will status
- Announcing changes
- Posting on the web or an intranet
- Password management to track access for later use in a lawsuit
- And more!
Discover the best practical and legally smart strategies with Upgrade Your Employee Handbook: The Benefits and Risks of Going Digital. Your trainer, attorney Anniken Davenport, has literally written the book on this subject, Bullet-Proof Your Employee Handbook.
Plus, you'll learn about the potential legal time bombs lurking in the pages of your handbook.