Employee Handbooks: Best Practices for Effective Policies

If properly drafted, an employment handbook is more than simply a collection of policies and procedures – it is a roadmap for an employer’s HR department. It is also often the initial introduction an employee has to the culture of their new employer and sets the tone for the rest of the employment relationship. A properly written employee handbook serves to define the expectations of the employer but also informs the employee of the rights and benefits to which they are entitled, and the standards of behavior to which they are expected to follow. This webinar provides best practices for employers to use when reviewing their handbooks and identifies critical policies and procedures.

Please note, MCLE and HRCI credit can only be provided to those who attended the live presentation.


Stephanie Jones

Partner, Chicago


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