Employee Manual Review and Drafting


Company manuals serve several important purposes. They set clear guidelines for employees while also providing a checklist to ensure a company is following the law. When drafting an employee manual, it must be up to date and follow all applicable state and federal laws. However, effective policy and procedure management requires far more than just creating a manual that is handed out the first day never to be seen again. As businesses grow and evolve and the local laws and statutes adapt and change, so too should the employee manual. Tomlinson & Shapiro, P.C. is a Chicago-based law firm familiar with the many different statutes and laws necessary to draft an effective, useful employee manual. We invite you to call our Chicago office at 312.715.8770 to make an appointment for a complimentary consultation.


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Michael Shapiro
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