Employee Handbook Acknowledgment

A form to be signed by a nonunionized employee acknowledging receipt, review and understanding of the contents of an employee handbook. It should generally be included at the end of such a handbook. This Standard Document applies only to private workplaces. It is jurisdiction neutral. State or local law may impose additional or different requirements but this document will be useful and relevant to employers in every state. This Standard Document has an integrated note with important explanations and drafting tips.

David Greenhaus, Jackson Lewis PC, with Practical Law Labor & Employment


 

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