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#189350 - 10/02/09 10:10 PM Company Handbook/Rules
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Registered: 04/05/03
Posts: 361
Loc: Pa
I am wanting to make my company handbook more official. Can anyone help me out? Share some lessons?
I know some of it is personal prefrence, but u all have alot of good ideas and verbage:)

Thanks!

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#189521 - 10/13/09 05:55 PM Re: Company Handbook/Rules [Re: Obsaleet]
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Registered: 02/25/06
Posts: 138
Loc: TX, USA
I bought one on line and modified it.
It was about 80 pages and a lot more inclusive than what you'll ever make up on your own. Things like jury duty, deaths in family, and other things that you can't think of. Had a job application, interview questions etc.

Cost about 80 bucks.

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#189522 - 10/13/09 06:30 PM Re: Company Handbook/Rules [Re: PE&Master]
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I notice quite a few examples in a quick internet search, using 'free employee handbook' as a search term.

That's all wonderful, but I have no way of telling if the templates are any good; an error in one could come back to haunt you.

By comparison, I can reccomend anything published by IICLE - though you will still want to consult with local consel, their publications will give you a very good primary education. Here's a link:
https://www.iicle.com/BooksAndProducts/ProductDescription.aspx?ID=942&OID=0

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