Personnel Practices & Procedures
A comprehensive employee handbook should include a detailed description of what the company expects of its employees, and what employees can expect in return.
It should use simple and straightforward language that lays out your legal obligations as an employer and the rights of your employees.
While not legally required, research has shown that a well-drafted employee handbook can reduce employee litigation. With decades of employment law expertise, our firm can serve as an invaluable resource for organizing practices and procedures pertaining to your personnel. The efforts put into your employment matters now will save you an immeasurable amount of time and money in the future.