Policy & Document Preparation

Effective policies, procedures, forms, and record-keeping systems are critical to protect your business and all employers should have a well-crafted handbook.

Handbook and personnel policies communicate foundational information to employees and can serve as an organization’s best defense in labor and employment law disputes. NFC attorneys regularly draft, audit, and update employee handbooks, as well as advise clients of employment-related documents and policies/procedures that reinforce a company’s goals and requirements.

  • Performance review policies and procedures
  • Drug and alcohol policies and procedures
  • Corrective action plans/disciplinary policies
  • Vacation, sick time, and PTO policies
  • Payroll and compensation policies
  • Standards of conduct
  • Non-discrimination and harassment


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