Avoid These Five Common Employee Handbook Mistakes
Hi there! Amy Cooley here, HR Leader at LMC People. Human resources is all about the relationship between you as an employer and your employees. Because this relationship is complex, you (should) have an Employee Handbook dedicated to documenting the ins and outs, the policies and the procedures, and what every employee should know about your company.
Now is a great time of year to update your Employee Handbook or to get one in place if you don’t have one already. In either case, I’ve got some helpful pointers to help you stay on track in October’s issue of Chauffeur Driven:
If you'd like some help with your employee handbook, email me and we can set up some time to talk.