An amendment is defined as a change to the original terms of an employment contract, either initiated by the company or by an employee. For example, if you have a zero-tolerance policy for drugs and alcohol in the workplace that includes termination of employment when a drug or alcohol offense is committed, but an employee breaks this rule, your company could amend its policy with that employee to simply impose an average fine. An amendment is essential in human resource management because it allows adjustments to be made according to individual situations while maintaining employment contracts and protocols in other contexts.

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