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Lancaster Chamber HR Roundtable
August 15 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am
DATE: August 15, 2022
TIME: 8:30 – 10:30am
LOCATION: Lancaster Chamber
115 E King St. Lancaster, PA 17602
PRICE: $75 Members
$90 Future Members
Register here: Employee Handbook Workshop (lancasterchamber.com)
What is the Employee Handbook Workshop?
In this session, Joshua Schwartz, and Caleb Setlock, both attorneys from Barley Snyder will walk the audience through an Employee Handbook guide. The guide is thoughtfully prepared and revised each year by several employment attorneys from Barley Snyder. This comprehensive handbook is designed for all companies of all sizes, and it is formatted for easy editing and ready to use language. Sections include policies and practices surrounding employee benefits such as Family Medical Leaves of Absences, Workers Compensation, and Paid Time off. The handbook also covers Human Resources policies and procedures such as Equal Employment Opportunity Policy, Sexual and Other Harassment, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and Wage and Salary Program. The attorneys provide every benefit or policy an owner may need when running a business.
HR professionals who attend will receive 1.5 hours of continuous education credits towards HRCI or SHRM. After attending the session, you will receive a copy of the handbook to edit and create for your business.
Meet the presenter:
Caleb is an attorney in the Employment Practice Group representing employers in litigation and advising on best-practice methods.
Caleb has experience defending a wide variety of employee claims. His primary practice includes federal discrimination claims under Title VII, 42 U.S.C. 1981, the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the ADEA, Title VIII and the Fair Housing Act, and state discrimination claims under the PHRA and the PFEOA. In defending against these claims, Caleb has dealt with race, sex, religion, age, and disability charges. Caleb also handles claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act and Pennsylvanias Minimum Wage Act, and Wage Payment and Collection Law.
In handling these matters for clients, Caleb is involved at all stages of litigation, from pleadings at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission to federal and state court civil claims. Outside of litigation, Caleb has settled matters through mediation and conciliation attempts.
Caleb helps continue a longtime firm tradition of former Barley Snyder summer associates that later join the firm as full-time attorneys.
At the Duquesne University School of Law, where he graduated cum laude, Caleb was a member of the schools appellate moot court board that won the Wagner National Labor and Employment Law Moot Court Competition. Caleb also was a mentor in the schools Academic Excellence Program and worked in the schools law library.
A Lancaster County native, Caleb is firmly committed to the greater Lancaster area. Growing up, he worked at Bent Creek Country Club and received the J. Wood Platt Caddie Scholarship. Prior to joining Barley Snyder, Caleb also worked as an intern with the Lancaster County Public Defenders Office. He also operated a local landscaping business by himself for four years.
In his time away from the office, Caleb enjoys physical exercise of any kind including running and biking. Caleb likes playing any and all recreational sports from individual sports like golf and tennis to team sports like soccer and basketball.