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    We are a small company (50-55 employees). We are currently, re-typing our policy manual. When an employee is hired, we have them review the manual and sign off on it as having done so. My question is: With re-typing the same manual, would it be wise to have all employees review the manual and sign off on it again? The policies have not been changed, we are simply getting our policy manual up to date and on our new computer system. Wasn't sure if we could just move the signature pages to the new manual?

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    If I was in your shoes, I would hand out new copies of the handbook and have them sign again. That way there is no dispute that they have the most recent information.

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      Originally posted by HRinMA View Post
      If I was in your shoes, I would hand out new copies of the handbook and have them sign again. That way there is no dispute that they have the most recent information.
      That is what I was leaning towards.. thanks for the input.

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        Agree with HRinMA.
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