Some employers utilize employee handbooks as a way of communicating policies and procedures of the business. Others communicate their guidelines and expectations in other types of documents. Regardless of the way in which you disseminate the information, our firm can help in creating and preparing those documents. We have extensive experience handling the creation of employee handbooks that include state and federal employment regulations, such as Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) information, as well as business-specific requirements, such as codes of ethics and conduct.
In addition, we can step in and handle situations where policies and procedures have been violated by an employee. We stand by employers throughout the process of determining what happened, what violations occurred and the type of consequences that need to be leveled.