How to Build an Employee Handbook

Publisher: SixFifty

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How to Build an Employee Handbook

Remote work is here to stay. Currently, 72% of organizations are making remote work a permanent part of their business structure—a 46% increase from just a year ago. With more companies adapting to the reality of a dispersed workforce, knowing how to build an employee handbook has become more important than ever—but they can also be more difficult to create. Legal requirements vary widely from one state to another, and many employers are (understandably) overwhelmed at the thought of keeping up with all the changes. In this guide, we’ll explain why having a compliant employee handbook matters. Then we’ll walk through the different types of employee handbooks, along with best practices for building one that protects your employees and your business.