Why Are Employment Handbooks And Policies So Important?

As an employer, it is in your best interests to educate your employees on what you expect from them. Developing comprehensive, effective employee handbooks and policies is one essential component of a successful business strategy. Having clearly worded guidelines in place minimizes the possibility of misunderstandings and disputes.

At the Law Offices of Marc Mandelblatt in San Diego, we help small businesses throughout the surrounding areas of California craft strong employment law documents. These include:

  • Employee handbooks and manuals that are tailored to meet employer needs
  • Employment policies, procedures and standards of conduct that offer a road map when issues arise
  • Noncompete agreements
  • Nondisclosure agreements

Attorney Marc Mandelblatt does not take a formulaic or template approach when developing these critical documents. Instead, we will develop customized manuals and agreements that reflect your unique business needs and goals.

A Proactive Approach To Defending Your Business

With more than 30 years of experience in employer defense, Marc Mandelblatt is an excellent resource when it comes to drafting and reviewing policies, contracts and agreements. The knowledge he has gained as a trial lawyer makes him very familiar with how to word such documents in a way that will hold up in court. His goal is always to help clients avoid the cost and stress of litigation.

In addition to his trial experience, Mr. Mandelblatt is the founder of Employment Training Associates LLC, which provides training to human resource personnel in and around San Diego. You can rest assured that he has the skill to craft your company's documents in a way that fully defends your business interests.

Learn More Today

Employee handbook and policy development for San Diego businesses is crucial to long-term success. Request a free telephone consultation with our attorney by calling 619-573-4485 or toll free 866-346-4297. An email with a summary of your concerns works, too.