Feb. 14, 2020
“There is no one-size-fits-all formula” for employee handbooks, writes partner Michelle Johnson, in an article published in BenefitsPro.
Johnson offers best practices for how companies should not only structure handbooks but also how to clearly lay out its policies to protect itself and its employees.
“Simply stated, federal law requires companies with 15 employees or more to prevent workplace discrimination, harassment and retaliation. For that reason alone, every handbook should make clear the company’s policy on these issues,” Johnson writes.
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