William Hubbartt

Because of the new laws and emerging trends that affect the workplace, it’s important to continually update employment policies as outlined by your employee handbook, writes William Hubbartt, a human resource and privacy consultant and author of “HIPAA Privacy Sourcebook: A Collection of Practical Samples.” Hubbartt outlines several reasons why the employee handbook should be top of mind in his recent whitepaper, “Ten Reasons to Write (or Revise) Your Employee Handbook Now.” 1. To protect employment-at-will-prerogatives: Employment at will is the commonly held notion that an employee may seek work and quit at any time, and that an employer may hire and fire at

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