Suter v. Harsco Corporation

In Suter v. Harsco Corporation, 184 W. Va. 734, 403 S.E.2d 751 (1991), the Court reiterated the principle that a handbook provision may alter an at-will relationship, but stated further that: "An employer may protect itself from being bound by any and all statements in an employee handbook by placing a clear and prominent disclaimer to that affect in the handbook itself."