Policies

Many businesses allow their employees to “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) for work purposes. There are upsides and concerns in BYOD. Employers should carefully develop a BYOD policy to protect their business.

 

As a business owner it’s important to understand what OSHA is, how it works, which companies are required to comply by law, and the claims that could be raised against an employer. This post addresses all of these issues. 

 

Learn more about how the General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)’s memo, Guidance on Handbook Rules Post-Boeing, may impact your business’s employment handbook in a generally positive way.

This post discusses the importance of a social media policy for your company and highlights key considerations when developing such a policy.

Colorado law prohibits employers from asking for their employees’ social media passwords. Learn more about the law’s requirements in this post.

Don’t forget to protect your business’s data and information when employees leave the company. This post highlights a helpful white paper on the topic of protecting corporate data.

Part Three of a series on employee handbooks discusses practical options for how businesses can create an employee handbook. 

Part Two of a series addressing employee handbooks discusses what policies should be part of a standard employee handbook and why you need them.

Has your business been functioning on unwritten rules? Do you need a formal employee handbook? Part One of this series on employee handbooks explores this topic.

The Pacific Justice Institute has produced a helpful resource for religious organizations on developing policies around marriage. Learn more here.