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Professional Insurors Agency, LLC 


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Wednesday May 30, 2012 from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM CDT

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Professional Insurors Agency Training Center 
7301 Broadway Ext.
Suite 200
Oklahoma City, OK 73116

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Professional Insurors Business Seminar Series

Employee Handbook - TOP TEN Must Haves

by Laura Moxley

This class will examine why it is necessary to have an employee    handbook, primarily focusing on the TOP TEN items that should be included in every effective handbook using supporting examples of case law. Attendees will learn what subtopics should be included in each item and will receive a sample EEO Statement and AntiDiscrimination   Policy for their practical application on the job.

  • Effective Handbooks
  • Latest Updates
  • Must-Have Policies
  • New Drug Testing Law
  • Sample Policies:

     + EEO Statement

     + Anti-Discrimination Policy


Laura Moxley

Laura Moxley, SPHR is Founder and President of Your HR Resource, a Norman-based human resources and benefits consulting company.

Your HR Resource specializes in Health Benefits, Employee Handbooks, Employee Relations, Compliance, Anti-discrimination training, Employee Complaint Investigations, and Payroll Administration. Laura has over 15 years of human resources experience serving much of that time as HR Director for a large privately held company. Laura earned a BA from the University of Oklahoma, has a Professional Certificate in Human Resource Management, and is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). She is also a licensed health insurance producer.

Laura frequently speaks to groups on various HR topics and currently serves as Director of the Oklahoma State Council for Human Resource Management.

Laura also currently serves on the State Chamber HR Committee and the Governor's Council for Workforce and Economic Development. In 2010, Laura was named as one of "50 Making a Difference" by the Journal Record's Woman of the Year program. The program recognizes Oklahoma women for leadership in business and service to their communities.