Employee Handbook Samples

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Employee Handbooks

Employee Handbooks are the most important communication tool for any employer to have to ensure compliance and keeping communications clear with employees. If you have ever had to write a handbook yourself, you know the time and expertise needed to ensure you have a comprehensive and useful handbook. HR Websource provides two comprehensive samples for you to edit to meet your needs. A handbook alone has a value of  over $1,800!  While handbooks in place are important, how to use each policy and practice stated is even more important. This site will give you the content and the "how to" in order to apply this important management tool.

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Comprehensive samples of employee handbooks available to you to edit and customize to meet your needs.

Handbook Samples contain required detailed policies and written suggested best practices related to information such as:

An employee handbook is a basic part of the business management foundation for any business with employees. Regardless of size, there are laws, rules, and guidelines employees need to have.

 Our samples and checklist will help you through the details that you should consider to have in your own handbook. The samples are here for you to edit as you see fit.  Easy to use, comprehensive and all yours to customize to meet your management practices.

Also view our Webinar on Employee Handbooks. This will explain to you why you need them and tips on how to administer the content...the most important part!

 

Employee Handbook Samples

$179.99

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