A number of remote-friendly and remote-first companies have generously open-sourced their employee handbooks for the community. Find inspiration and guidance in the handbooks below.
Gitlab's handbook is extensive. Almost too extensive, because printed out, it would amount to something like 3,000 pages of content. But, that also means if there's particular component of running a remote company you're interested in researching, you'll probably find it here.
This reads like their books. Most sections feel more like an essay than an HR document and it provides an example of open-sourcing a handbook in Markdown on Github.
Trello's employee handbook is hosted on ... you guessed it, Trello! And why not, makes it super easy to jump quickly between sections because the entire table of contents is always in view. Check out the column on "Working Remotely for Trello"
Public version of MeetEdgar's playful, emoji-filled Tettra-based wiki.
1SE's handbook provides a very approachable guide for laying out info about communication expectations, team members, and perks.
A comprehensive example including sections on hiring, onboarding experience, communication guidelines, tools, and plenty more.
Not an exhaustive example of a company handbook, but definitely an example of a nice starting point for communicating company culture, communications guidelines, and decision-making processes.