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Handbooks - Policies

 
Employee Handbooks vary significantly in their content depending on the location, size and needs of an employer. To learn more about employee handbooks, including typical provisions in employee handbooks, review the Employee Handbook Explanation section below.

You can review the Sample Employee Handbook here.  Free sample forms and policies are provided below with the understanding that the publisher is not providing legal advice, the law changes regularly and varies from state to state, and you should consult an attorney in your state before using any policy. If you have sample policies to add to this list, please send them to curtiscom@hrcare.com.

This section contains Sample Policies, Forms, Checklists, and other useful Documents.
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