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Common Handbook Mistakes #4

It is important for an employer to be clear about the nature and scope of the work relationship.  Relying on your workforce to read your mind only results in misunderstandings and hard feelings.  Neither is good for morale. That brings us to… Mistake 4 No “At Will” policy. “At Will” employment is one of those concepts that we understand on one level but don’t care for on another because it sounds so harsh. It means that an employer is free to end the employment relationship at any time, for any legal reason, with or without notice and without consideration of the employee’s length of … CONTINUE READING

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