6 ways to protect your company’s holiday party from harassment and legal concerns
CLEVELAND– With the holiday season here, it is officially that time again: company holiday parties.
With harassment being covered every day in the news, employers must be proactive to prevent the negative public relations and potential legal issues. McDonald Hopkins attorney Ryan Neumeyer provides employers effective ways to protect their companies and to ensure holiday parties are harassment free and enjoyable for all. In his blog, “6 action items for the holidays,” Neumeyer provides easy to follow steps to prevent holiday harassment and other work related issues such as banning inappropriate games, scheduling the party during the day to minimize alcohol consumption, eliminating potential wage and hour issues by avoiding business related awards and speeches at the event and many more.
To read Neumeyer’s entry and other up-to-date information and insight regarding the labor and employment law topics that matter most to employers, visit McDonald Hopkins’ Employer Advocate.
Deborah W. Kelm
McDonald Hopkins LLC
600 Superior Avenue, East, Suite 2100
Cleveland, Ohio 44114