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8 Things You Need To Know About Employee Handbooks

As an HR professional, you may view your employee handbook as either an anchor for effective employee management, or an albatross around your neck. But love it or hate it, a well-designed, up-to-date employee handbook is a valuable company resource that can effectively establish workplace parameters and legally protect your organization.

Here are eight things you need to know about employee handbooks including why you need one, what your handbook should contain and best practices that will help keep you out of court.

1. Why you need an employee handbook

Regardless of the number of employees you have, all companies have formal and informal policies that set out terms of employment and company expectations.

Depending on where in Canada you do you do business, some policies are legally required. Examples include health and safety policies; workplace violence and harassment policies; and customer service standards for disabled employees. Other discretionary policies deal with issues li...

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