Here's a must-have guide for all managers charged with creating and updating their company's human resource policy manuals. Sure to be referred to constantly on the job, this definitive handbook not only covers all areas of employee relations, it also tackles the full range of critical contemporary HR issues, such as AIDS, substance abuse, and chemical safety. Managers can take advantage of qhow-toq instructions to organize and write a manual, time-saving checklists and worksheets, and invaluable tips on how to write personnel policies that lead to clear understanding and interpretation. Alerting the reader to legal pitfalls, the Handbook covers employment policies, leaves of absence, pay, discipline and discharge, benefits, union relations, and more. Plus, its one hundred helpful illustrations include sample forms, flow charts, and a complete sample policy manual.Define the Purpose of Your Policy Manual An important first step in writing your policy manual is to define its purpose. Is your policy manual intended to provide policy information for employees or procedures and guidelines for supervisors?
|Title||:||Personnel Policy Handbook|
|Author||:||William S. Hubbartt|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Companies - 1993|