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