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Free Resource: The Employee Handbook Roadmap

The dos, donts and best practices for employers when it comes to their employee handbook, including:

  • Essential policies to include
  • Things to keep out of your employee handbook
  • Allowing your employees to discuss wages
  • Implementing a dress code
  • Structuring your introductory period

Employee handbook dos and don'ts.

The Employee Handbook Roadmap begins with the 14 policies most human resources experts recommend all organizations to include in their employee handbook. These critical policies include pay periods, overtime, reasonable accommodations and more. The Roadmap also introduces some policies and related topics employers may want to consider keeping out of the employee handbook, due to confusion from employees or the possibility of exposing them to legal issues.

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Dress codes, introductory periods and more.

Starting and growing a business doesn't automatically make you an expert in critical HR objectives. But that doesn't absolve your business from HR-related responsibilities. The Employee Handbook Roadmap also walks you through some important topics related to your employee handbook, like establishing a dress code, structuring your introductory period with employees and why it's important not to get in the way of employees discussing their wages.

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