Bear v. Volunteers of America

In Bear v. Volunteers of America, 964 P.2d 1245, 1250 (Wyo. 1998), a manual of employment was generally distributed to all new employees. In Bear, the employee claimed that she was not bound by a disclaimer found in the general employment manual because she did not receive the disclaimer with the employment manual given to her. The Court held in Bear that an employee will be held to all terms in an official, widely distributed employee manual, whether or not the particular employee is aware of all terms in the manual. Bear, 964 P.2d at 1251.