Aren't Employee Manuals a Legal Thing?

Subject: Aren't Employee Manuals a Legal Thing?
From: Amy_Corrigan -at- WAI-WETHERILL -dot- COM
Date: Fri, 14 Mar 1997 09:06:21 -0400

From: Amy Corrigan -at- WAI on 03/14/97 09:06 AM

A recent question sparked this in my mind. Aren't employee manuals a legal
thing? Can't employees sue companies based on what is in them? Don't they
have to be reviewed carefully by those in a position to speak for a company
as well as the legal representative for the company?

Really. I'm curious to know.

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