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Overlooked Employee Handbook Policies

on May 31, 2018 4:05:31 PM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Employee Handbook
Employee handbooks are a great resource for companies to establish a mutual understanding with its employees about what each should expect from the other. Creating one can be a formidable task, but a worthwhile one, particularly if when you find yourself embroiled in a tricky legal battle with a disgruntled current or former employee.  Stay ahead of the game by considering a few policies for your handbook that often go overlooked. 
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