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Why You Need An Employee Handbook And Hiring And Termination Manual

  • By: Bryan Gianesin, Esq.
  • Published: January 23, 2013

If your business does not have a written employee handbook and written hiring and termination manual, your business is ripe for employee claims and damages. Large or small, by far the largest area of claims against business owners is in employee-related claims. You can substantially reduce the number (and success) of these claims by having a consistent and established procedure for handling employee matters- hiring to termination. Sorry, “off-the-shelf” handbook and manual purchases may do more harm than good. To learn more, contact Bryan Gianesin, Attorney, at

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