How To Screw Up An Employee Handbook

Many small businesses – in order to save money – often “borrow” and modify a handbook from another company, and often times that other company must comply with requirements that don’t impact a small business.

Case in point: a company who doesn’t need to offer FMLA benefits, but mention it in their handbook, may be required to offer it anyway.

(From Sedgwick, Detert Moran & Arnold LLP)

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