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Company Employee Policies & Procedures Handbooks

Employee handbooks are one of the foundational documents that define an employment relationship. Employers and employees alike refer to the handbook for company policies and employees’ rights under the law. Inaccurate or out of date handbooks may create misunderstandings about the rights of the parties, or may violate labor law by suppressing employees’ right to engage in protected, concerted activities under the National Labor Relations Act. Drafting a handbook requires a very thorough comprehension of the most current laws and regulations of the state or jurisdiction. Our knowledge and experience in labor and employment law allow us to provide clients with comprehensive and detailed employee handbooks, individually tailored to business needs and desires of the client.

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