An employee handbook can benefit your company by establishing the employment policies at your place of business and by providing protection from some potential liabilities. Every employer should have an employee handbook. They put your employees on notice of your company’s employment policies and procedures. An employee handbook sets forth the employer’s expectations from its employees and what the employees can expect from the employer. In addition, they usually identify the consequences of violating company rules and can assist new employees by clarifying numerous employment-related issues. In addition, when properly drafted, employee handbooks can also provide protection and defenses to potential employment-based claims, as well as ensuring your business complies with federal and state employment laws. For business clients in our General Counsel Packages, we draft employee handbooks without any additional charge. If you have questions regarding employee handbooks, call the Business Law Group today and speak to an attorney.
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