There are so many ways that a company can assemble an employee handbook these days. A lot of companies simply start with a handbook from a prior employer of a key member of the management staff. Many assemble one via software they purchase. Certainly there are also those that use firms like ours to assemble their book. Regardless of where the book comes from and who internally reviews it, there is always one critical step left when it is complete – the legal review. Your business is unique in so many ways when it comes to the law. Therefore your handbook should be reviewed by an employment attorney to insure that the content is complete, protects the company’s interests, and meets all legal requirements.