Efficient management and transparent communications are critical pieces of your personnel management. That’s why we recommend a law firm employee handbook that gives step-by-step guidance on office processes, helps train new team members, reduces mistakes, misunderstandings, and confusion, and integrates your culture, vision, and values.
It is easy to include general policies, employment policies, client service ideals, office procedures, finances, and technology and equipment (among other things you may prioritize). The point is to have a living, breathing document that helps you and your entire team stay focused on the things that matter to your business. You can learn more about law firm employee handbooks on Lawyerist right here.