My husband and I are starting a business together (in Texas). Do we need to have an attorney write our Employee Handbook for us, or are we allowed to do so on our own?
1 Answer from Attorneys
You can do it on your own if: (1) you believe you understand employment law and the potential liabilities from your employee handbook enough to draft it yourself; or (2) you are willing to absorb the financial costs that may come from claims related to your employment policies and/or the language of the handbook.
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