Applicable policies in Employee Handbook CreatorTM are updated to reflect recent legislative and regulatory changes, agency decisions, court cases or best practices. This includes new mandatory changes effective April 1, 2016.
One of the new rules requires all California employers to create and distribute a written harassment, discrimination and retaliation prevention policy that includes specific provisions—which Employee Handbook Creator provides. See 2016 Compliance Alert at right for April 1 details.
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Who knew creating an employee handbook could be so easy? (See lower right column for demo.)
Creating and maintaining a well-crafted employee handbook that complies with state and federal laws helps protect California employers from lawsuits. Think of it as a user manual for the workplace.
CalChamber's Employee Handbook Creator tool guides you through every step of what is usually a complicated HR task. Conveniently access the Windows/Mac-compatible tool from your desktop or tablet.
Through a yearly subscription, use the Employee Handbook Creator to clearly communicate company policies and set expectations—in an employee handbook you create online and then export to print from your own printer.
Access more than 100 policies reviewed by our California employment law experts, including policies that may be required, recommended or optional for your company.
Your yearly subscription helps keep your handbook policies up to date.
Renewing your subscription each year at $99.99 (English or Spanish) means you'll continue to receive new and revised policy updates resulting from changes to California and federal employment laws or regulations.
You not only get email notifications when our employment law experts make necessary updates, but the Employee Handbook Creator makes it simple to revise your handbook online.
Check out CalChamber’s free “Top 10 Employee Handbook Mistakes” white paper for members or nonmembers.