Employee handbooks are not a set-it-and-forget-it kind of document. They require periodic updating as your business evolves, and fair amount of employee interaction. There is also a bit of legal liability for the employer to make sure the polices they’ve created are compliant with current labor laws. If you decied to create a new handbook or modify an exisiting one, be sure to consult with a local legal professional or someone how specializes in Human Resources managment. Here are some best practices.