The Houston Business Journal published an article by Julie Offerman entitled "Avoid These Legal Risks in Your Employee Handbook."
A well-drafted employee handbook reduces legal risks and clearly communicates the company’s rules and policies. However, poorly drafted policies can undo the benefits of a handbook and, even worse, may subject you, as the employer, to liability. The article provides examples of common issues in employee handbooks that may seem innocuous on the surface but pose legal risks to employers.
Here is a link to the article - https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2019/05/10/avoid-these-legal-risks-in-your-employee-handbook.html