An employee handbook should reflect your organization's core values, mission, and vision as well as keep you in compliance with current laws and regulations. Our experienced professionals will walk you through the complex task of developing an employee handbook.
Handbooks should be specific to the organization, including:
- Conduct and behavior
- Leaves and benefits
- Compensation and timekeeping
- Hiring, discipline, and termination
- Workplace safety and health
- At-will employment
- Policies specific to the organization's values, mission, and goals
Employers should review the handbook on a regular basis to make determinations as to what internal policies should be added, updated, or deleted altogether.
A well written and comprehensive employee handbook will benefit both the employee and the employer. Employees will gain a better sense of the organization and employers will know that they have made the policies and expectations clear to its employees.