Employee Handbooks in the Municipal Workplace

For Municipal Lawyer (May/June 2003)

Employers can reap many benefits from a well-drafted employee handbook; however, handbooks that are put together without careful thought, or ones that are created but not followed, can cause more personnel problems than they solve. Handbooks and their impact on the employment contract, handbook drafting guidelines, and sample handbook language, are all reviewed in this article. Please contact Meg or Drew if you would like a copy of this article.

Filed Under: Employment and Labor Law