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Are you from Start up . Employee Handbook: The What, Why, How and Who

Employee handbook is the most important document of every company. It defines your company’s key policies and procedures and outlines your company culture. In this blog post, you will learn why you should have an employee handbook and how to write an effective employee handbook your employees will actually want to read!

What is an employee handbook?

Employee handbook (also know as employee manual or staff handbook) is a document which defines a company’s key policies and procedures and outlines its company culture.

An effective employee handbook clearly communicates your company’s mission, values, policies and rules to your new and existing employees.

An employee handbook provides an introduction to your company and the way your work. Simply put, an employee handbook explains who you are as the company, how you function and what you expect from your employees.

Probably the most important function of an employee handbook is setting clear expectations for both parties: a company as an employer and its employees. An employee handbook should clearly communicate what is expected from the company's employees regarding their workplace behavior and performance and what they can expect in return.

An employee handbook should be given to new employees from the employer on their first day at work - or even earlier! A good practice is to send an employee handbook along with a welcome letter or email

Why should you have an employee handbook?

First of all, you need to know that you are not legally obliged to have an employee handbook. There is no law requiring companies of any size to have an employee handbook.

However, most companies have an employee handbook. According to Gusto’s research, 87% of small businesses sized 10-200 have employee handbooks.


We at EXECKART.com has developed a Draft template for your reference .

https://www.execkart.com/startupdocument/sample-employee-hand-book-for-startups-



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