HR says they do not have to notify any employee with any changes, or corrections they make to the employee handbook and that it is our responsibility to keep up with the changes.
I am not licensed in KY and therefore do not know if there is a specific state law on point. There may also be a federal law that is applicable. Regardless from an employer standpoint if the employer wants to argue that the employee has "notice" for whatever purposes it would be prudent for the employer to formally notify employees of any substantive changes, etc. or at the very least make a copy of the revised employee handbook "open for inspection" at the personnel office or in some other similar fashion, e.g on website portal.. Otherwise in any formal or informal proceeding the employee may be able to successfully argue he/she did not have notice of the changes, etc.
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