Provided by: Ruden McClosky Smith Schuster & Russell, P.A.
Date Added: Jan 2003
Aside from the value that an employee handbook provides in communicating the company?s business philosophy and direction to the employees in a consistent fashion, currently written, it provides, the employer, with a level of protection for very little cost and effort. Handbooks have become a critical part of a growing number of employment lawsuits. This article describes some of aspects that should be considered when writing or revisiting an employee handbook.