Handbooks, Policies And Contracts

Developing, implementing and training employees on good workplace policies and procedures help employers maintain a fair, stable work environment and minimize the legal risks that are a part of any employment relationship.  Similarly, drafting clear and concise employee and other work-related contracts is a good way of protecting against the possibility of disputes or serious litigation in a worst-case scenario.

If your business is working on drafting, revising or updating an employee handbook, a workplace policy or an employment contract, partnering with experienced labor and employment attorneys is a wise decision.  Kamer Zucker Abbott has a comprehensive knowledge of effective and defensible handbook provisions, workplace policies and contracts.

The firm has experience drafting:

  • Employee handbooks and manuals
  • Anti-harassment policies, including sexual harassment policies
  • At-will employment policies
  • Leave of absence policies, including those governed by the Family and Medical Leave Act
  • Internal grievance and dispute resolution policies
  • Arbitration policies and procedures
  • Absenteeism policies
  • Peer-review policies
  • Drug testing policies
  • Confidentiality policies

These policies allow employers to set out expectations and develop effective communications that mitigate risk and streamline operations.

In addition, our attorneys have extensive experience drafting workplace contracts including:

  • Non-competition/Non-solicitation
  • Trademarks
  • Trade secrets
  • Intellectual property
  • Confidentiality
  • Nondisclosure
  • Independent Contractor

The firm's attorneys are ready to help you effectively resolve any issue, regardless of complexity.  To schedule an initial consultation with KZA, please call 702-259-8640 or email the firm.