Q. How do I reference an in-print employee handbook?

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Thank you for your question about citing an employee handbook.  Here's the information you need:

Name of Company. (Year of publication). Title of publication. Location City, ST: Author.

Example for References page:

General Motors. (2013). Employee handbook. Detroit, MI: Author.

(Putting "Author" at the end indicates that it was published by the author.)

Example for in-text citation: Use the company name and year, such as (General Motors, 2013).

To see other APA citations, visit the APA Help guide.

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  1. I am doing a policy proposal paper and I used a fact sheet from OSHA. How do I cite and reference a fact sheet without an author?
    by Lea Federe on Apr 14, 2016.
  2. Actually, you would list OSHA as the author. So, it would be:
    Occupational Safety & Health Administration. (year). Title of handbook. Retrieved from http://www.osha.gov/CompleteURL
    by Lori Mills on Apr 14, 2016.

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