How to develop an effective employee handbook

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Speaker:Robin Ross

An employee handbook is a useful tool for communicating with employees. It allows employers to publish policies and rules in a cost-effective, convenient way.  A poorly written handbook is one of easiest way for an employer to end up in court, whereas one which is well written and organized clearly sets forth expectations for employees; describes what they can expect from their employer; and lays out any legal obligations as to an employer and an employee’s rights.

  • What is the purpose of your employee handbook?
  • Make sure your handbook is NOT an employment contract
  • What policies are essential to include in the handbook
  • What are the key disclaimers and qualifiers every handbook should contain
  • Ways in Which Your Handbook Can Come to Your Defense

Robin Ross

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