Can an employer create an employee handbook and use it against employees that worked there for over a year prior to that creation without a contract?
Also, there was a manager that was accused of stealing over a year ago that still works there because of lack of evidence. Now, a year later, the employer is going to start having management search all personal belongings of only employees under management level.
Without prior notice (i.e. being part of employment agreement or handbook)
can employees be searched or is this invasion of privacy? Also since management is invulnerable to this policy can this be considered discrimination?
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