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Can you explicitly state that a policy does not form part of the employment contract?

You can include a statement or ‘exclusionary provision’ in a workplace policy that explicitly rules the policy out from forming part of the employment contract.

Can you explicitly state that a policy does not form part of the employment contract?
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