Updating Employee Handbooks

Most businesses—of all sizes—have employee handbooks. The handbook is a policy manual that serves as the governing document for the business’s workplace and human resources operations. The handbook not only provides the “playbook” for expectations about workplace practices and culture, but it can also serve as valuable evidence in a lawsuit. An employer should draft…

Can an Employer Change An Employee’s Job Description At Will?

If you hire an employee for one job, with certain duties, are you, as an employer in California, able to add additional requirements and threaten termination if the employee doesn’t complete these additional requirements? This is a common situation, particularly when it comes to jobs requiring driver’s licenses. Although some employers initially hire an employee…

Are Management and Employee Training Programs Important?

When was the last time your company offered management and/or employee training programs? It’s well known that these informative programs have both practical and legal significance for your business. When run correctly, these programs are vital, as they should be specific to addressing the needs of your business and its organizational mission. The Practical Importance…