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Who Should Produce Your Employee Handbook?

It’s that time of year again – when businesses need to update their employee handbook – or begin to create one from scratch.

There are 4 ways to do an employee handbook:

1. Have your attorney do it 2. Do it yourself 3. Borrow someone else’s (a truly bad idea); 4. Get a qualified consultant to do it.

In this new video release (just a minute long), I discuss the pros and cons of these four alternatives.

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