Beyond establishing rules, employee handbooks can communicate company history and strategic objectives and can serve as a leadership tool for management, Erin Dillon writes. Handbooks can also serve to familiarize managers with state and local labor laws. She recommends having an employment lawyer review the handbook to make sure it complies with applicable laws and doesn't open the company to litigation.
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