EMPLOYEE HANDBOOKS & POLICIES

Understanding the importance and intricacies of employment policies and compliance is what we do well, so that you can succeed.

Well-crafted company policies and employee handbooks provide a measure of protection for businesses. Federal and state laws, along with increasing litigation against companies and individual managers, is growing proof that a written document stating company policies is critical to businesses of all sizes.

Employee Handbooks

Although employee handbooks are not a legal requirement, having written documentation of company’s policies is increasingly important for businesses of all sizes for employment best practices and legal risk mitigation. OneGroup creates detailed and comprehensive employee handbooks based on each company’s unique operations and human capital requirements, ensuring that proper compliance and legal safeguards are met.

In addition to providing a measure of protection for the company, a well-designed employee handbook establishes the employee/employer rights and expectations, limit disputes, establishes expectations for attendance and performance, and orients new employees into the organization’s culture.

OneGroup clients have access to a basic employee handbook template that includes applicable states of employment.

Employment Policies

OneGroup is adept at supporting clients with individual policy research, benchmarking, and development when that level of support is needed. Often this deeper dive into customized policy development is prudent and helpful for an organization for policies such as attendance, paid/unpaid leave, compensation, performance management and more.

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Human Resources 101 – How to Avoid Costly Employment Claims – Webinar Recap

On April 17, OneGroup hosted its second 101 Series webinar of 2024. OneGroup’s Human Resources Consulting team, Colleen Williams and Travis Simpson spoke about strategies, policies, and procedures employers can put in place to avoid costly employment claims.

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