Our employment law attorneys develop employee handbooks, policies and procedures that inform your workforce and protect your business.
Well-developed written policy helps companies maintain compliance with federal or state laws and regulations, provides a consistent process for internal business needs, and addresses professional standards, practices and social issues.
An employee handbook communicates the rules, policies and procedures of a company to its employees. It includes information regarding codes of conduct, general policies, safety policies, EEOC compliance, compensation and benefits, medical issues and more. Policies and procedures help define the relationship between the employer and its employees.
The employment law attorneys at Baird, Lightner, Millsap & Harpool provide trusted legal advice to help clients establish protocol, procedure and rules to guide every aspect of business. Our experience with federal, state and municipal entities benefit our business, government and private sector clients.
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- Breach of Contract
- Contractual Liability
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