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Top 5 Business Tips – Developing an Employee Handbook September 17, 2010

Posted by Arieh M. Flemenbaum in Business, Business best practices, business check-up, Business Law, Chicago Business, Employer issues, Employment, Legal Information, Top 5 Business Tips.
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With the economy still sputtering, your business needs to take advantage of the resources available to them. SCORE (http://www.score.org) offers useful, free resources, business counseling and business tools to small businesses.

One of SCORE’s great resources is its lists of “Top 5 Business Tips.” My pick for this week is SCORE’s 5 Tips on Developing an Employee Handbook – check it out at: http://www.score.org/5_tips_leg_6.html.

I stress the second step – after you have outlined your employee handbook and/or policies, consult your business lawyer and have them review it to ensure that you do not modify the “at-will” nature of your employment (in Illinois).

SCORE is a partner with the Small Business Administration (SBA) and is a national association dedicated to helping small business owners form and grow their businesses. SCORE offers terrific free resources, business counseling and business tools for small businesses.

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For information on how the business lawyers at Griffith & Jacobson, LLC can help your business grow, contact Arieh M. Flemenbaum at 312-236-8110 or by email at Contact Us (http://www.gjlaw.com/contact).

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