An essential part of any successful business is a trusting but professional relationship between the employer and the employee. Employee handbooks should be informative and reflect expectations but be flexible to meet company needs as the business environment changes.
Sometimes, a company is too focused on legally mandated benefits; it might write a policy to hold itself to a higher standard but the law does not need those stringent requirements. Other times, we work with companies to ensure handbooks are not restrictive or contractual in scope.
At EANE, our professionals understand the critical role the employee handbook can play in an organization, often as the cornerstone of a company’s philosophies and day-to-day infrastructure. We review or create your handbook, providing you with updated information and useful suggestions from both the legal and HR perspectives. We work with you, step-by-step, to incorporate your current policies, procedures and expectations combined with insight into best-practices in the ever-changing areas such as discrimination, absence management, performance management, onboarding, compensation and more.
EANE reviews employee handbooks from top to bottom or, in some cases, just selected policies. EANE services are scalable to meet member needs. In most cases, a team of two professionals from EANE reviews a company handbook, raising obvious concerns, clarifying ambiguity, and starting a dialogue where needed. We work on handbooks for companies of all sizes from those with 10 to 15 employees to companies with 200 to 300 employees.
View Our July Webinar
To view our 90-minute webinar on employee handbooks contact Michele Jackson @ 877-662-6444 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Members access the webinar for no charge; there is a fee for non-members.
To learn more, search our site or contact Peter Brunault at 877-662-6444 or via e-mail at pbrunault@EANE.org.