Communication between the employer and employees is critical to an organization’s success. One of the most common ways to ensure a consistent message is through the Employee Handbook. The Handbook conveys important information and clarifies expectations. However, it must be carefully crafted to avoid misunderstandings or misstatements that can result in legal liabilities, especially in light of recently released NLRB guidelines.
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