Once you have an Employee Handbook, it is easy to put it on the shelf and forget about it. But new rules, regulations, policies, and laws may require changes to your Handbook. For example, does your Handbook account for the Minnesota Wage Disclosure Protection law? Does its anti-discrimination policy include all of the protected classes identified in the Minnesota Human Rights Act (including gender identify)? Have you implemented new policies that need to be incorporated into the Handbook?
It is a good idea to have your Employee Handbook reviewed to ensure it stays up to date and complies with current employment laws. The attorneys at Farrish Johnson Law Office are here to assist with this review. For more information or to schedule a free consultation, contact attorney Joseph A. Gangi at 507-625-2525 or via email.