The New Year is a great time to make sure your personnel policy manual is up-to-date

An employee handbook/personnel policy manual is an important communication tool between you and your employees. A well-written handbook sets forth your expectations for your employees, and describes what they can expect from your entity. It also should describe your legal obligations as an employer and your employees’ rights.

Review your personnel policy annually

One of the most important aspects of any handbook is that it is kept current. Laws do change, and your employee handbook needs to be updated and kept current on a regular basis.  VML Insurance Programs maintains a Sample Personnel Manual on our website that may be customized to meet your entity’s needs. We also offer the service of reviewing your entity handbook/manual for areas of liability.

Click here to access the Sample Personnel Manual or contact Tina Stevens, director of human resources services at (804) 237-7311 for more information on our human resources services.

VMLIP offers more than just coverage.  We are partners in risk management. How does your insurer stack up?  Having all lines of coverage with VMLIP ensures that your organization is receiving comprehensive coverage and a wide variety of value-added services tailored to Virginia’s local governmental entities.  Call for a quote today: (800) 963-6800.  For more information on VMLIP visit: www.vmlins.org or follow us on Facebook.

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