[vc_row inner_container=”true”][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]Employee handbooks allow employers to get things off on the right foot with new employees. They also act as a useful communications tool between current employees and management. By properly setting expectations for workplace behaviors, work habits and performance, companies may help to eliminate employee relations issues with a well written and legally compliant employee handbook. Below, we have detailed some of the most important elements of an employee handbook. However, we don’t recommend that employers go it alone as there are federal, state and local laws guiding employment practices. Quvah Consulting assists employers with creating more than 50 legally compliant employee handbooks every year. Let us help you!

Eleven Important Elements of an Employee Handbook

  1. Employment-at-Will Statements
  2. Equal Employment Opportunity Statements
  3. Immigration Law Compliance
  4. Non-Disclosure Statements
  5. Definition of Employment Categories
  6. Standards of Conduct and Disciplinary Action Procedures
  7. Employee Benefit Options
  8. Employee Leave Options
  9. Work Condition Policies
  10. Social Media, Computer and Email Usage
  11. An Acknowledgment Form
Contact Quvah Consulting today to obtain assistance with either revising your organization’s current employee handbook or creating a new one.

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