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15 questions to ask when auditing your employee handbook

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It’s good business to review your employee handbook once a year and revise it as necessary. Answer these questions to gauge its thoroughness and reliability:

1. Does your employee handbook clearly state that it is not to be considered a contract in any way and that you reserve the right to change it?

2. If your employee handbook lists offenses warranting discipline, does it make clear that those listed are merely illustrative rather than exhaustive?

3. Does your employee handbook encourage employees to bring their complaints to their union or to management?

4. Does your employee handbook make clear that the organization won’t tolerate any type of harassment?

5. Does your employee handbook provide procedures for addressing complaints of that nature?

6. Do the benefits policies contained in the employee handbook comply with federal and state laws?

7. Do all employees receive copies of the handbook each time it is re...(register to read more)

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