This can be a loaded question. Employers are required to inform employees of certain workplace rights but not necessarily in an employee handbook. The information required to be available to an employee can differ based on many factors: the size of a company, state the employees work in, and the type of work employees perform are just a few. Many companies have policies outside of the ones required by the government—time off policies, dress codes, and the definition of full or part time employees. While an employee handbook may not be required, it can make sense to provide employees with all the information in one easy to find document. If you want more practical tips join the webinar next week by clicking here or contact them for a consultation.