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Newsletter April 2013

Evenings are getting longer and days are slowly getting warmer. Spring is in the air, and thoughts are turning to cleaning up and cleaning out. When you start to think about what needs to be tidied, make sure to add "employee handbooks" to your list.

Evenings are getting longer and days are slowly getting warmer. Spring is in the air, and thoughts are turning to cleaning up and cleaning out. When you start to think about what needs to be tidied, make sure to add "employee handbooks" to your list.

At Karen McKeithen Schaede Attorney at Law, PLLC, we are well versed in creating and maintaining comprehensive employee handbooks for any size company. We will do a thorough review of existing policies and make the necessary updates, as well as provide guidance for areas that have not been addressed. At the end of the process we will provide you with an up-to-date employee handbook that is tailor made for your company.

Make a point during spring cleaning this year to tidy up your employee handbook! Contact our office today to schedule your handbook assessment.

Sincerely,

Karen McKeithen Schaede Attorney at Law, PLLC

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