PxPixel

You will get a high-quality employee handbook with dozens of basic-needs documents

Alex S.
Alex S.
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  • Delivery Time 21 days
  • Number of Revisions 1
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Fund the project upfront. Alex gets paid once you are satisfied with the work.

Project details

I will provide a high-quality, basic employee handbook which covers dozens of policies and provides you with written, structured processes to help you run your business. Help yourself and your employees set standards and expectations and provide certainty about how a given issue will be handled. I have worked with businesses of all sizes, in many industries, and I will use that experience to your benefit.  
Field of Law Business (Corporate)
Target Country United States
Language English
Service Type Legal Writing

Project steps

  • 1
    Gather information

    I will send you a questionnaire as a Google Form (which helps me stay organized) to get some basic information about your business.

  • 2
    Deliver first draft

    I will deliver the first draft of the handbook for you for your review.

  • 3
    Incorporate edits

    I will take any feedback from you and make the necessary edits.

  • 4
    Deliver final draft

    The final draft will be delivered back to you with any edits.

Requirements

  • 1
    You will need to fully and accurately complete a questionnaire before I can begin, which takes just a few minutes. I will send a link to the questionnaire after you purchase the project.

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About Alex

Alex S.
Lawyer & entrepreneur with a passion for cutting-edge issues.
Lawyer & entrepreneur with a passion for cutting-edge issues.
Austin, TX - 4:11 pm local time
I'm an attorney with my own practice based in Austin, Texas with a passion for technology. I studied computer science in college, just so I could be the lawyer who understands tech. In keeping with that tradition, I founded the Journal of Law and Technology at Texas, serve as the Vice President of Electronic Frontier Foundation Austin, and sit on the leadership council of the Texas State Bar's Computer and Technology Section.

About half of my clients are startups, with the other half being small-to-medium sized businesses. My clients usually are either tech businesses, or tech-enabled, but I've worked with companies in a wide variety of industries.

The most common projects clients bring to me include privacy compliance, cybersecurity compliance, website terms, social media policies, and brand protection issues. I also do a fair amount of entity formation and structure work, and, of course, contract drafting and review.

Some companies I have worked with in various legal capacities include Wikipedia, SXSW, and Bumble. However, the companies I've been most hands-on with are generally at six or seven figures of annual revenue.

Outside of legal work, I work on my own startup (trying to reduce the need for legal work!), code various projects that are either practical or just for fun, tinker with my 3D printer, or just hang with my family!