One of the most important communication tools with your employees is the employee handbook which details your company expectations and unique policies specific to your organization. Every employer, regardless of size, should have a comprehensive employee handbook that is regularly reviewed and updated to reflect any changes in the federal, state and local laws. Equally important, are your company’s employment documents such as; Employee Arbitration Agreement, Drop Box Documents, Employee Time Record Notice, Notice to Employees, Rest, Recovery and Meal Periods policies for posting, Off-the-Clock Work Prohibited policy for posting, and Timecard Attestation Clause. Together, a current employee handbook and up-to-date employment documents can be your company’s best defense against employee claims. Hatmaker Law Group works with each client to ensure that their employee handbook and employment documents accurately reflect the policies, procedures and expectations of their organization.