All employers need a written Employee Handbook, to protect their company from legal risks; set forth policies and procedures to guide employees and supervisors; and provide information on company benefits. Additionally, almost all handbooks that are more than a year or two old need revisions to be in compliance with current federal or state laws or court decisions.
Contact Goldman, Magdalin & Krikes, LLP with assistance in creating or updating your Employee Handbook. We work with you to ensure that your handbook is in compliance with legal requirements, but also that it reflects your operations and the type of company you are!
The following is a list of typical provisions in Employee Handbooks (those that are required by law or strongly recommended are marked with an asterisk (*) :
USE OF COMPANY VEHICLE/DRIVING ON COMPANY BUSINESS*TRANSPORTATION
CONFIDENTIALITYLAYOFF AND RECALL
TERMINATION OF YOUR EMPLOYMENT
EMPLOYEE RECEIPT AND ACKNOWLEDGMENT*
DRUG POLICY (may be separate from the handbook)
ARBITRATION (separate from handbook)