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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? It is recommended that you read and analyze Sowards v. Norbar, Inc. using the IRAC method of case analysis. You will write about your analysis in your discussion. Sowards v. Norbar, Inc., 605 N.E.2d 468 (Ohio Ct. App.1992). Focus area: Privacy in the workplace and employee handbooks., Inc. (n.d.). The IRAC formula. Retrieved from This article outlines the four steps to analyze a case and it will be useful to complete your discussion. You can also practice with the IRAC method with the activity. Employee Handbooks 6 employment-law lessons from HR’s largest conference. (2019). HR Specialist: Employment Law, 49(8), 5. “… six pieces of bite-sized advice from the recent Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) annual conference in Las Vegas.” Review your employee handbook for conflicts to at-will protections. (2018). HR Specialist: Employment Law, 48(7), 2. “The article discusses the U.S. Supreme Court case Rollins v. VSE, which deals with the employee’s termination for any or no reason at all. It offers information on the employee handbook containing key points for employee’s rights and protections. Also emphasized is the essential of a contract disclaimer in a handbook for a contract reference and future employment.” Your employee handbook vs. the “biggest idiot” theory. (2017). HR Specialist, 15(8), 7. “The article offers suggestions on writing employee handbooks. Highlighted are important matters for consideration before producing the handbook, which include confidentiality clauses, privacy policies of the company and intellectual property rights. Also discussed is the view of the U.S. National Labor Relations Board regarding the internal investigation of the company.” Requirements: .doc file


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