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    Can a company enforce 'hidden' policies on their employees? These would be policies that come up 'magically' when something occurs; without the employee's knowledge of their existence. When an employee asks to see a policy being enforced on them, do they have the right to see it? Do they have the right to acquire a copy of such policies?

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    Sorry, nothing has changed since the last time you asked this question.
    "Pluralitas non est ponenda sine neccesitate'' - Sir William of Ockham, a.k.a. Ockham's Razor

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      Do you want to state specifically what "policies" you're talking about and the specific scenario that may have occurred?

      There is no law that requires the employer to have an employee handbook or to provide copies of policies (or even summaries of them) to the employees. Obviously, standard policies should be disseminated for the protection of the employer. But no law requires such dissemination.
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