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March 1, 2013
Eisenhower Carlson Attorneys to Present on Documenting Employee Performance and Social Media Policies in Employee Handbooks
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On May 15, Eisenhower Carlson attorneys Chad E. Arceneaux and Chrystina R. Solum will present comprehensive employment law seminars on Documenting Employee Performance and Social Media Policies in Employee Handbooks at Lorman Education Services’ Washington Employment Law Seminar.  The event will provide human resource professionals with up to eight (8) continuing education credits.  Moreover, Documenting Employee Performance and Social Media Policies in Employee Handbooks is designed to provide comprehensive guidance in implementation of best practices to minimize corporate liability in these areas.   

For more information on these issues, please contact one of the attorneys in Eisenhower Carlson’s Employment Law Group here.

To register for this seminar, click here.

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