Straightforward pricing on a handbook generated specifically for your company.
Get a dedicated HR manager to take work off your desk, help with tasks and ensure compliance.
State-specific polices are required for every state where you have employees. Each state has it's own required policies.
Many cities and counties have specific protections, benefits, and rules for employees in those locations.
Everything you need to know about your new employee handbook.
A: The free handbook is a useful, high-quality handbook. The benefit of upgrading to the Comprehensive handbook (either one-time or subscription) is expanded content and additional policy sections. You also get state and city-specific policies. If you have employees in multiple states and cities, this is an important benefit. Purchasing the subscription option gives you access to ongoing updates + the link-sharing feature. Link sharing allows you to create a company-specific URL to share with your employees. Any time you make an update to the handbook, your entire team will have the current version.
A: In addition to more policies, expanded language, and state + city-specific policies, you get the Contractor Standards Guide. This is useful if you hire any 1099 contractors, as the policies in the employee handbook are not relevant to them. The Contractor Standards Guide is a stripped-down resource for providing limited guidance around how the company operates without blurring the line between contractor and employee.
A: A great employee handbook is a great benefit to business owners. It protects employers by creating a clear roadmap of what is expected. Fundamentally it aligns employees with the business to a single, clear roadmap of how the business operates. This helps create guardrails in the business and can help prevent friction, litigation, and churn. A great handbook is a foundational tool for companies to grow.
A: Updates are provided in the dashboard and are relevant to the states and cities where you have employees. As the trend of more states and cities creating their own policies increases, the need for updates will become more frequent.
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