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Sample Policies on Common HR Topics
HR management policies are formalized, documented and approved by the Board or approval as designated to the CEO/ED. HR management policies comply with employment, workplace health and safety, and other related legislation as is applicable in the jurisdiction in which the organization operates.
Employee handbook – Wikipedia
An employee handbook, sometimes also known as an employee manual,staff handbook, or company policy manual, is a book given to employees by an employer. … Case-Specific: company policies, rules, disciplinary and grievance procedures, and other information modeled after employment laws or regulations
Employee Policies & Procedures | Chron.com
Employee policies and procedures are descriptions of how all employees, regardless of job description or title, are expected to conduct themselves. Employee policies and procedures are typically developed by a company’s human resources (HR) department and distributed to all employees in the form of a handbook. Employees are expected to use this handbook as a guide, referring to it often to find information on the company, as well as guidelines on vacation, sick time and pay.
General Employment Policies | Harvard Human Resources
Looking for policy samples? Do you need sample checklists, procedures, forms, and examples of Human Resources and business tools to manage your workplace to create successful employees? These samples are provided for your personal use in your workplace, not for professional publications.
Employment Policies: Clean Up Your Compliance Act | Monster.com.
he start of the new year is the perfect time for employers big and small to review and update their employment policies. New legislation often goes into effect on January 1st. When you confirm your company’s compliance with new legal requirements, it makes sense to audit other employment policies and procedures at the same time.
Make it your company’s “New Year’s Resolutions” to take a look at the following three issues:
Resolution # 1: Review Your Employee Handbook
An employee handbook should be filled with useful information that all employees need to know about their workplace such as compensation, benefits, rights, rules and procedures. But even if an experienced employment lawyer drafted your handbook, don’t assume all is well…