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Manage Employee expectations with an Employee Handbook
One of the most common workplace documents is an employee handbook. It provides guidance and information related to the organization’s history, mission, values, policies, procedures, and benefits in a written format to help employees throughout their tenure. It sets clear expectations for your employees while also stating your legal obligations and defining employee rights. Having an easily accessible guide to your company’s policies and practices, as well as an overview of the expectations of management, firmly describes the type of organization you want to establish and grow.
Whether you need to create employee handbooks from scratch, or you’d like to have your existing handbooks reviewed for the proper content, Hector Virgen, our employee handbook guru, is always available to lend his expertise throughout the process.
There are many topics to consider adding to your employee handbooks. We have those topics ready to review for the locations you will be conducting business and can help you decide which ones to include. Also, with employee handbooks, one size DOES NOT fit all. Different states and municipalities have different labor rules and regulations to adhere to. This can be a challenge if you have multiple locations spread across many states. Again, we’re here to help you with that.
Reach out to Hector if you’d like to create, or review your existing, employee handbooks for your company. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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