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Does Your Business Have an Employee Handbook?

Published by Kristen Reinking on 27 Sep 2019

There are multiple reasons that you should have an “employee handbook”. It doesn’t matter if your business is large or small, every business needs a handbook that covers the business policies. Having the policies in writing will avoid any miscommunications between the employer and employees. Below is a list of things that can be used as a guideline as you create an employee handbook that fits your business.  

  •  Dress codes. 
  •  Disciplinary actions for misconduct of an employee.upright_book_cover_18918
  •  Employee benefits. 
  •  Employee conduct on the job.
  •  Overtime rules.
  •  Personal days. 
  •  Rules for dismissal.
  •  Safety regulations. 
  • Sick days. 
  • Tardiness.
  •  Vacations days. 
  • Work hours for each shift.

This is just a few of many things an employee handbook should cover to prevent confusion and miscommunications regarding employee guidelines. Although employee handbooks may differ a bit from one industry to another it’s important that you have these guidelines so that every employee knows and understands the rules.   

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