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The purpose of an employee handbook is to outline policies and establish general rules of employee conduct to help ensure a safe, healthy and positive work environment for employees. A good employee handbook also sets forth legal responsibilities and internal procedures, informs employees of their rights and establishes a record of what is expected and required of the employer and its employees.
Our employee handbook services are provided by our staff of licensed employment law attorneys.
Our rates are affordable and our services are reliable!
New Employee Handbook Drafting
Clients receive a completely new, customized employee handbook tailored to their business or organization accompanied by consultation with our attorneys and HR professionals on how to implement appropriate policies.
Employee Handbook Review/Update
Our attorneys review and update current employee handbooks. Clients simply submit a copy of their current handbook. We do the rest!
Please visit our blog for more information on employee handbooks and 5 Reasons Why Having an Up-to-Date Employee Handbook is Important.
It is important for every employer to have legally compliant documents that protect the business and its employees. Our employment law attorneys review and draft employment and business related forms, policies and other documents (e.g., employment applications and agreements, independent contractor agreements, confidentiality agreements, trade secret agreements, severance agreements and other business contracts).
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Contact us at our San Diego, CA headquarters at (833) 753-1775 or email@example.com for our Employment Law and Human Resource Consulting Services, today!
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