Employment Practices

Employee Policies & Procedures

Your employees should know from day one what your expectations are, as well as what they can expect working at your practice. That's why you need written policies and procedures for your employees. An employee handbook and employee policies should communicate your standards and help avoid employee confusion and disputes.

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