Handbook Acknowledgments—Why They’re Important

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Most employers have some type of handbook to outline policies and expectations and keep everything in one place for employees to reference. However, not all employers ask employees to sign an acknowledgment form; it’s often viewed as an extra unnecessary step because employees already have the information they need.

An acknowledgment is critical, however, because it confirms employees know the organization’s expectations and serves as documentation that employees should have known the policies if there is a disciplinary issue, providing the organization with some protection.

When an employee signs a handbook acknowledgment, it should state the following,

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