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An Employee Handbook Protects You
and Your Business!

Give Your Employees An Up-to-Date, Complete, Properly Written
 and Translated Employee Handbook

Having a Handbook in Place Helps the Employer to Have Peace of Mind and to:

      Reflect Actual Employer Practices

      Disseminate the Company's Personnel Policies Among all Employees

      Maintain in Place the  "At-Will" Agreement of Employment

      Be Translated in Employees' Native Language

      Be Distributed to All Employees

      Train New Employees

      Remind the Existing Employees of Company Policies

      Satisfy Statutory Provisions

      Outline Work Tasks and Expectations

      Delineate Employee Benefits

      Help Reduce Claims of Discrimination & Harassment

      Help Prevent Acts of Discrimination & Harassment at the Workplace

      Reinforce the Mediation/Arbitration Dispute Resolution Procedures
 

Let Corte Hispana Help you Produce Your Employee Handbook in English and Spanish - Economically!

A Reminder

      Handbook should be translated in employees' native language

      Handbook should be distributed to all employees

      Employer must follow the policies

      Receipt of handbook should be acknowledged in writing and signed

 

Click Here to Find Out Which Are The Most Dangerous Mistakes in Writing an Employee Handbook

DISCLAIMER

The information/publication in this site is designed to provide accurate information on the subjects matter covered; with the understanding that neither the authors nor the publisher (Corte Hispana) is engaged in rendering any legal or professional services whatsoever. The information contained in this site is intended as guide only. The materials are based on well-known principles and public information generally available to employers.  This information, or the written materials should not be construed as legal advice or the offering of any legal opinion whatsoever.  Corte Hispana and the authors make no guarantees and assume no responsibility for the specific applicability of this guide by you.  Before you use this guide, you should always seek appropriate legal counsel from an attorney who practices employment law and who speaks Spanish fluently, and/or has access to appropriate Spanish translation and interpretation.

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