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YOU NEED AN EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK

Many business owners ask me questions about what they can do with their employees: how do they fire them? How do they change a payment schedule? When can employees take breaks? My answer is always – what does the handbook say? Their response is, usually, that they don’t have a handbook.


Every business with at least one employee should have a handbook. It can be a simple document that sets forth the company policies and procedures. The handbook is the guide for how employees are supposed to act and direction on how the employer deals with employees.


I can sit down with you and work out a handbook that suits your business. The process is not complicated, and I can quickly complete a final version. Even if you already have a handbook, I can review it to make sure it is up to date and includes all key policies. Feel free to contact me, and I’ll assist you in crafting a handbook that protects your business.

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