Does Your Employee Handbook Need a Facelift?
When done correctly, employee handbooks can be great tools for employers. But often employers treat them like a meal simmering in a crockpot: set it and forget it. Creating a handbook, particularly for employers in multiple states, is a major undertaking. In an article published in Workforce Magazine, Michelle Anderson outlines what an employee handbook should do, how often it should be updated, and if it can be made available online. In her bylined article, Anderson states, “A well-written and up-to-date employee handbook can be a litigation lifesaver, but an out-of-date handbook can be an employer’s nightmare.”
To read the full article, visit Workforce Magazine.