Correct use of commas in this statement(?)

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I was told that the following sentence should have 2 commas added to encircle the phrase, "who the item is for," but I think it makes the sentence too choppy.  Can anyone help me understand which is correct and why?  Thanks in advance! 

 

"If the requested item is not on the list, the employee who the item is for must request permission to order using their manager’s unit cost center."

 

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"If the requested item is not on the list, the employee, who the item is for, must request permission to order using their manager’s unit cost center."

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