Ideally, your handbook should be more than a compilation of rules and regulations that your employees must live by in the workplace. That's not to say that your policies aren't appropriate to put in a handbook — they most definitely are. But there are other things that you may want to put in your handbook as well.
Here's a list of the types of information that can be put in a handbook. Although most of these items are optional, and many may not apply to your particular business, federal or state law may require you to provide written notice of some of the policies: