Employee Handbooks

All Items: General Employment Practices

  • Employment Eligibility and Work Authorization Handbook Statement: Mississippi

    Mississippi employers seeking to inform employees that they use the Electronic Verification System (E-Verify) and what the potential ramifications are if employment eligibility cannot be verified should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Access to Personnel Files Handbook Statement: Pennsylvania

    Pennsylvania employers seeking to inform employees of the rules surrounding the review of employee personnel files should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Employment Eligibility and Work Authorization Handbook Statement: Georgia

    Georgia employers with more than 10 employees that are seeking to inform employees that they use the Electronic Verification System (E-Verify) and what the potential ramifications are if employment eligibility cannot be verified should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Romantic and Family Relationships at Work Handbook Statement

    Employers seeking to advise employees of what is permitted in terms of personal and family relationships in the workplace and to inform employees of their obligation to avoid and/or disclose relationships presenting potential conflicts of interest should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

  • Employment Eligibility and Work Authorization Handbook Statement: Arizona

    Arizona employers are required to use the Electronic Verification System (E-Verify) to confirm that an employee is authorized to work in the United States. Such employers should consider including this statement in their handbook to communicate to employees, including supervisors, that they use E-Verify and what the potential ramifications are if employment eligibility cannot be verified, and to show their compliance with the Legal Arizona Workers Act (LAWA).

  • Voluntary Open Door Policy Handbook Statement: Arizona

    Arizona employers should consider including this statement in their handbook to communicate to employees their rights under the Employment Protection Act, Arizona's constructive discharge law.

  • Access to Personnel Files Handbook Statement: Alaska

    Alaska employers seeking to inform employees of the rules surrounding the review of their personnel files should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.

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National and state employee handbook articles with guidance and policy statements for employers relating to general employment practices.

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