An employee handbook, when thorough, is a great tool to define every part of the relationship between an employee and the organization. It clearly defines the scope of operation and the dos and don’ts of how one is to spend their time while on the job. However, if a handbook does not adequately explain the desired outcome of employment, then there can be loose ends. Click the link below on the most common legal mistakes made in employee handbooks to make sure your handbook passes the test! If you need help reviewing your handbook, call our office and we can steer you in the right direction!

Employee Handbooks: Common Legal Mistakes