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Municipal Law

On Day One of their employment, every employee should receive a standardized, comprehensive handbook detailing company policies, compensation and opportunities for overtime. A professionally written handbook is the best tool to show employees what they’re responsible for, and what the consequences they can expect from undesirable behavior.


All employees, whether full-time or freelance, should be required to sign a document that outlines what they are allowed to discuss and use elsewhere and what they are not. Contracts such as Non-Disclosure Agreements can include added protections according to your needs. You may also want to consider a non-compete clause in an employment offer, which would prohibit employees from getting a job in the same industry or position for a set period of time.

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If you choose to write this handbook yourself, you’re running the risk of creating loopholes or illegal expectations. Call Boyle & Valenti to set up a consultation and be on your way to creating a culture of growth and success at your company.
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