How to write a useful employee handbook

12/18/2012 | Intuit Small Business Blog

You shouldn't bog down your employee handbook with jargon, Jan Fletcher writes. "The point is to communicate, not legislate," she writes. "Strive for succinctness and clarity." It's a good idea to use a casual tone and give examples to illustrate your company's policies on ethical behavior.

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