Writing An Employee Handbook Your Employees Will Read – And Heed, Part 2

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In Part 1 of this article (Labor Letter March, 2011) we looked at some of the important points to keep in mind when writing an employee handbook. In this conclusion, we'll cover ten of the most important policies that should be included...

No Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation; Problem Solving or Grievance Procedures; At-will Statements; Rules of Conduct; Drugs and Alcohol; Workplace Security and No Weapons; Safety; Electronic Communications; Confidential Information and Conflicts of Interest; and, Family and Medical Leave.

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