A well-drafted and thorough employee handbook is essential for the success of any business employer. At Kaufman & Forman, P.C., our experienced employment law attorneys can advise you on state and federal requirements and whether your corporate policies are up to date and in compliance. If you do not yet have a policy manual or employee handbook, we can create one for you that is tailored to your business’ needs.
Detailed And Concise Employee Handbooks
At Kaufman & Forman, P.C., part of our employment law practice includes assisting employers with their employee handbooks or policy manuals. Whether you require drafting, reviewing or recommendations on your employee policy, we can assist you with detailed and concise legal advice.
Contact us to talk with one of our experienced employment law attorneys. We counsel clients in the greater Atlanta metro area, throughout Georgia, nationwide and worldwide in regards to Georgia and U.S. employment law.
The Importance Of Clear, Effective Employee Policy Manuals
Both new and current employees must be well-informed about employee policies, and the employer can often establish significant protections by having written and effective employee policies. This can be done either through a policy manual or employee handbook. We recommend that all employees sign an annual form, indicating they have read and understood the employee handbook.
Keeping your employees informed of the employer’s policies can help avoid litigation and lawsuits and can be helpful in this litigation if it ever develops.
Common issues included in employee handbooks and policy manuals include:
- Sexual harassment policies
- Discrimination and harassment policies
- Termination policies
- Disciplinary guidelines
- Wage, hour and salary guidelines
- Vacation and sick leave guidelines
- Family and Medical Leave Act policies
- Noncompetition and restrictive covenant agreements
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To discuss your company’s employment law needs, contact us now or call 770-390-9200 to set up a consultation with an experienced lawyer.