Re: Aren't Employee Manuals a Legal Thing?

Subject: Re: Aren't Employee Manuals a Legal Thing?
From: Nate Rush <nater -at- KARMAK -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 14 Mar 1997 08:52:56 -0600

Our Employee Manual was written by our Human Resources person, reviewed
by all of our Dept. heads and upper management and then sent to a lawyer
for review. It was a lengthy process to ensure that it didn't violate
any labor laws, regulations, etc.
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Nate Rush - Director of Documentation
Karmak, Inc.
Carlinville, Illinois

http://www.karmak.com
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