The Employee Handbook

An employee handbook is a legal document that helps an employer communicate its policies to its employees, and, a well drafted employee handbook minimizes employment-related claims and liability.

A good employment handbook addresses the specific, individualized needs of the industry which the employer operates, and is tailored to the specific needs of the State where the employer is incorporated and where the employee works.

Our law firm provides personalized, industry-specific, and Florida specific handbooks to serve employers minimize liability, and helps set policies for the employer and employee to follow in order to minimize conflict.

Our employee handbooks are specifically made to suit the particular needs of a Florida employer. Unlike other manuals that are available on-line, we do provide legal advice and offer a discounted legal consult with a Florida attorney to address your specific needs.

The Law Firm of Arcadier, Biggie and Wood, through its principal attorney, is board certified in labor and employment law with over 22 years of experience in employment law.

For $500, you will receive an industry specific employment law handbook that is compliant with all Florida Labor and Wage Laws, including:

  • Federal Wage Laws
  • The Fair Labor Standards Act
  • The FMLA
  • The WARN ACT
  • I-9 and immigratory compliance
  • Export / EAR / and ITAR Compliance (For Defense related industries)
  • Discrimination Laws
  • Retaliation prevention policies
  • Avoiding Sexual Harassment Claims
  • Alternate Dispute Resolution
  • Bereavement Policies
  • PTO
  • Department of Labor regulations.
  •  And much more.

For an additional $100, you will get a 30-minute consult with an attorney to discuss your particular needs and to answer any employment law of business law questions. The legal consultations are available in person at our Melbourne, Florida location, by Phone, or Skype.

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Actual Price, Do you want a 30 minute consult with an attorney to discuss your legal needs? ($150 extra)