Legal Reasoning and Employee Handbooks

Part 1: Apply the IRAC Formula to Sowards v. Norbar, Inc., 1992. Prepare and post a brief review of the issue, rule, analysis, and conclusion.

Part 2: Based on your understanding of Sowards v. Norbar, Inc., which depicts privacy and employee handbook issues, answer the following questions: 

  • How might an effective employee handbook reduce litigation costs within an organization?
  • How important for the HRM professional is understanding the mission and function of an organization? Why?
  • When should an employee handbook be updated? Why?
  • Who should be involved in the creation of the handbook? What should be considered?
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