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HBKHeart Break Kid (Shawn Michaels)
HBKHalmstads Bollklubb (Swedish sports club)
HBKHoboken (New Jersey)
HBKHartebeesthoek (space launch ground station; South Africa)
HBKHill, Barth, & King LLC (law firm; est. 1949; various locations)
HBKHinchingbrooke (UK)
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First of all, ambiguity in the phraseology of an employee handbook should be no more tolerated than it is in an engineer's blueprint.
Thus, as a nationwide survey of employers revealed that while organizations use employee handbooks to address key business, legal, and talent management challenges, they limit the effectiveness of their handbook policies by the use of ineffective handbook practices.
If you are going to do that you still need to tailor the handbook to what you actually do.
The Student Handbook to The Appraisal of Real Estate, 14th Edition, is a 382-page optional companion publication, available in softcover and digital formats, that complements and enhances each of TARE's 35 chapters.
An employee handbook is important for demonstrating compliance with various employment laws and setting appropriate expectations with employees.
The handbook was posted to primary care practitioners and allied health professionals last month.
The Rule of Law Handbook is designed to serve as an educational tool to assist judge advocates and paralegals involved in the rule of law mission during on-going military operations.
Comstor releases fifth global edition of Cisco Solutions Handbook
425 for handbook, $675 for Web subscription, $950 for handbook with Web subscription
The issue to be discussed in this article is when the provisions of an employee handbook that is disseminated to employees may modify the "at will" employment doctrine and create duties upon an employer that are not present in an ordinary "at will" employment relationship.
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