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In my experience, most companies incorporate their conduct policies in their employee handbook/manual that also include information only applicable to employees such as vacation leave, benefits, overtime, as well as sensitive proprietary company information. They then make the mistake of presenting this information to a new hire during orientation - after the individual's start date. The key word here, is after. It can't be stressed enough that your conduct policies must be signed off by anyone who will be a 'bum-in-the-seat' staff member, prior to their first day of work or providing services. And this includes independent contractors. 2b1af7f3a8