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Synonyms for handbook

a concise reference book providing specific information about a subject or location

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In addition to the Employee Handbook Builder, the UST HR Workplace provides exclusive access to hundreds of online employee training courses, a live HR hotline, a Job Description Builder and a Compensation Calculator.
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.
Handbooks set out the rules of the employment relationship and as with all relationships if you know what is expected of you, what you can expect from the other person, and the penalty for not complying, you have a better chance of making the relationship work.
Courts find the existence of an implied contract in the circumstances surrounding the employment relationship, including assurances of job security in company handbooks (Huey v.
When Jack de la Vergne began distributing copies of his Hard Rock Miners Handbook, it was originally intended to be a complimentary gift from McIntosh Engineering to their clients.
Handbook of Urban Health: Populations, Methods, and Practice
This handbook shows how social work with groups uses social work knowledge, values, and frameworks to address social problems.
To use this handbook (NCES 2005-345), visit the Handbooks Online home page (http://nces.
Each of the handbooks published by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) are about 90% smaller than the full handbook and provide the most relevant information for the 14 industries covered.
Before publication, administrators asked committees of central-office staff, parents and others to review the handbooks.
Unfortunately, many businesses either do not have Handbooks or have grossly inadequate Handbooks.
All employees handbooks must be vetted with an employment law attorney.
handbooks, computer research databases) allows the consultant to gather them before the students arrive and have them on hand.
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