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Life Business and Money - The Employee Handbook

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Got employees?  If so, you should have an employee handbook.  It is easy for a small business owner to think that an employee handbook is not necessary because it only has a handful amount of employees.  Having an employee handbook provides many benefits to the employer - if well written and followed, the handbook can enhance communication with employees, promote efficiency and productivity in the workplace, and, perhaps most significantly, protect the employer from expensive lawsuits.
 
 
 
 
About Our Show Advisor: Alicia Matsushima is the Senior Associate attorney at the law firm of Orlando & Braun, LLP.  Alicia’s areas of practice include commercial and business matters and litigation, including creditors’ rights and collection, debtors’ rights and bankruptcy, contract matters, consumer law, employment and labor law and insurance law.  Alicia’s goal on LBM is to provide practical commentary from a legal standpoint to benefit individuals and owners of small to mid-size businesses.  For more information about Alicia’s practice, visit her website at www.BusinessLegalMatters.com.  She can also be reached at 713-521-0800.
 
Disclaimer:  The topics and discussions by Alicia Matsushima on LBM constitutes general commentary only and is not to be construed as legal advice or creating an attorney-client relationship.

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