Includes discussion of the law of employee handbooks, the role of employee handbooks, handbook drafting and usage tips, comments on specific policies that may be included, and illustrative examples of particular employee handbook policies. Example handbook pages and policies include: employee acknowledgment, welcome, equal employment opportunity, sexual harassment, offensive behavior, confidentiality, hours of work, locker inspections, use of computer resources, weapons (guns), performance evaluation, employment termination, layoffs and recalls, employee complaints, concerns, grievances, and suggestions, definitions of employee status (for applicability of various other policies, such as employee benefits), paid time off, sick leave, personal leaves and time off, holiday, funeral and voting leave, unpaid time off, including parenting, family and medical leaves, school conference, jury duty and military leaves, drug and alcohol testing, and handbook amendments announcements and acknowledgments.
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