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This blog is a continuation of my previous blog post, titled An Employment Document Primer I, which discussed documents an employee should make certain they receive when they are hired. This Primer II discusses documents which an employee should locate and keep copies of during the course of their employment. When one’s employment becomes problematic, or an employee is terminated, laid off or chooses to resign, these documents or policies will govern the terms of their employment.

During the course of one’s employment many documents cross an employee’s path, whether they are in written format or kept on a computer or in the “cloud”. It is very important for an employee to make certain that any documents or policies pertaining to them are within their possession or they will be able to be easily retrieved. The term “easily retrieved” does not mean storing this information on one’s office or…

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