An employee handbook is like the user manual to your company. A good one should help employees get to know you, lay out your policies and procedures, and act as the cornerstone for building a killer company culture.
Simple time tracking that syncs with payroll.
It also makes sure you and your team see eye to eye on everything from how much vacation they get to what’s expected of them on the job.
Well, in theory.
It turns out that a lot of small businesses don’t have employee handbooks at all (even though everyone really should). Check out our infographic below to see where you stand. If you’re ready to get your handbook up to snuff, dive into our ultimate employee handbook guide to get it right.