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Hello

 

I am currently updating an Employee Handbook. Should I put 'Revised On' every page or just the title page?

 

Or is it just personal preference?

 

thanks

Sue

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Often I put 'Updated, date' on the title page or front cover. If you wanted to indicate that only certain sections have been updated you could include this in a second footer or at the beginning of each section.

 

Yes, that is what I would do too...put updated/revised in the footer with the last date.

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From a department of labor and human resource perspective, let me give you an Idea of a situation and this might answer your question.

 

I updated our employee handbook at my last employer, and what happened is, that is was only included on the Front cover, which should have been fine, but when the situation came up and he said that he did not recieve the new updates and we had nothing except for the front page that it had been updated, he won his unemployment because of this, so we revised and put the revision date on each page we revised it to show the date on each revised page as well as attached a revision page showing where each revision page was with a brief explanation and it saved 4 other liabilities as far as the handbook went. This is just an example, and I know each state is different, but with Department of labor and disputes its a CYA.

 

Hope this helps :)

 

Dianna

Often I put 'Updated, date' on the title page or front cover. If you wanted to indicate that only certain sections have been updated you could include this in a second footer or at the beginning of each section.

 

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From a department of labor and human resource perspective, let me give you an Idea of a situation and this might answer your question.

 

I updated our employee handbook at my last employer, and what happened is, that is was only included on the Front cover, which should have been fine, but when the situation came up and he said that he did not recieve the new updates and we had nothing except for the front page that it had been updated, he won his unemployment because of this, so we revised and put the revision date on each page we revised it to show the date on each revised page as well as attached a revision page showing where each revision page was with a brief explanation and it saved 4 other liabilities as far as the handbook went. This is just an example, and I know each state is different, but with Department of labor and disputes its a CYA.

 

Hope this helps :)

 

Dianna

Often I put 'Updated, date' on the title page or front cover. If you wanted to indicate that only certain sections have been updated you could include this in a second footer or at the beginning of each section.

 

 

Thank you, it makes sense to put it in the footer on every page.

 

Sue

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