The employee handbook is the most effective way to communicate policies and procedures, share company values and expectations, and improve employee relations. We can help you develop an employee handbook that is unique to your company culture and meets your specific needs, while at the same time maintains compliancy federal and state laws.

As modern businesses evolve, having a thorough and up-to-date employee handbook aids businesses seeking to:

  • Create a legal framework around all of their organizational policies.
  • Set a clear and consistent communication of policies to its employees.
  • Update current policies to create a more efficient and engaged workforce.
  • Revamp benefits for existing and prospective employees.
  • To set clear communication and policy expectations between all levels and departments of the organization.
  • Family Medical Leave Policies
  • Equal Employment and Non-Discrimination Policies
  • Worker's Compensation Policies
  • Company History
  • Leave Policy
  • Employee Behavior
  • Pay and Promotions
  • Benefits
  • Collective Bargaining
  • Social Media and Data Privacy
  • Reasonable Accommodations · Attendance
  • Drug/Alcohol/Tobacco Policy
  • Company Goals and Mission Statement.
  • Sexual Harassment and Anti-Discrimination Policies
  • Disciplinary Policies
  • Problem-Resolution Procedure
  • Sexual Orientation Discrimination
  • Any other specific area your organizations would like to highlight in the handbook
  • Helps prevent misunderstandings about expectations and policies.
  • Prevents litigation and regulatory action with policies that are clear and consistent.
  • Prevents past and present activities – both good and bad - to become “unofficial” policy.
  • Helps employees avoid conflicts of interest that could be harmful to the organization by identifying situations which could lead to problems.
  • Limits supervisory liability in the event of a supervisor’s misconduct.
  • Prevents new hires from getting incorrect information from current workers.
  • Reduces the chance of making the wrong hire by letting applicants read the employee handbook in advance to learn about the workings of the organization.
  • Educates employees of their duty to safeguard themselves, assets and resources.
  • Avoids being held responsible for illegal acts of employees by specifically prohibiting certain acts and behavior. · Reduces excuses from employees for conduct that is harmful to the organization by claims of not knowing organizational policy.
  • Discourages unreasonable requests for exceptions or special consideration.
  • Promotes recruitment to your organization.
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