6 must-have policies for a strong employee handbook

Insperity

Outline the policies that affect your employees. Code of conduct. Your business’s code of conduct is the first place employees should look when they have questions about ethics and compliance. It’s a roadmap of how they should act, and it speaks to your company culture. Some of the basic information you’ll want to include in your code of conduct includes: Code of ethics.

How many of you would risk the retaliation claim here? (I would)

The Employer Handbook

One of your employees just complained about discrimination in the workplace. A few days or weeks later, s/he violates your work rules and you have clear grounds to fire the employee. Do you fire the employee and risk the retaliation claim?

New Year, New Weight Loss Challenge? Think Again.

Quizzify

We’ve talked about the additional liability employers could assume if they don’t address the likely rules changes that will be generated by AARP v. One source of that liability? They are the most likely to be harmed. My health markers began to improve at that time.

HR Department Best Set up Guide for Startups (2019)

CuteHR

The startup wave in the world has picked up over the last decade and is defining the Financial precedence. ‘We We have a Million Problems, but at the same time we have over a billion minds’ – Narendra Modi, PM, India. Retention of Talent.

The Advantages of Using Cloud Based HR Software for your Business

Mitrefinch

In the past, human resource departments were probably characterized by stacks of dusty folders where human resource policies, employee reviews, codes of conduct, and other strategic documents were stored. Trying to find and make use of some of those documents was an exercise in and of itself. Simply put, digital HR is the process of transforming human resources processes and services with the use of digital technologies.

Best Technology for Managing Human Resources Information

G2 Crowd

Your HR department is the venerable backbone of your organization, working tirelessly to oversee the employee information and the fine print of running a company. Even at a small company, this is a ton of information to gather and keep organized.

ROAR Uncovers the Secret to Organizational Resiliency

Saba

That journey to organizational resiliency is chronicled in Roar: How to Build a Resilient Organization the World-Famous San Diego Zoo Way. The book is authored by Sandy Asch (left) — an internationally recognized speaker and author — and by Tim Mulligan (right) — CHRO for SDZG.