Employee Handbooks, Policies & Procedures

Axley employee handbook attorneys assist employers in drafting and reviewing employee handbooks and employment policies and procedures. In certain cases, federal law recognizes a defense to claims of workplace harassment where an employer has an appropriate policy and procedure prohibiting harassment in the workplace. Additionally, with the prevalence of email and Internet usage in the workplace, it is critical that employers have a policy relating to such usage. Labor and employment attorneys will assist employers in preparing and reviewing employment policies and procedures.

Our employee handbook attorneys can assist you with policies in the following areas:
  • Internet and email usage
  • Workplace harassment
  • Rules of conduct and discipline
  • Workplace privacy
  • Workplace violence

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