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Detail all policies
Detail all procedures
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All employees must be furnished with a handbook when beginning employment. The employee handbook should also be referred to in the contract of employment.
Handbooks will differ from employer to employer however, in each case, all aspects of workplace regulations must be explained in detail.
Our experts compile bespoke handbooks which ensure all areas are covered and all perspective employment issues are addressed. All organisations should have an employee handbook which clearly outlines its policies and procedures for employees to adhere to. Having a comprehensive employee handbook, which clearly communicates your policies and procedures, will help fend off costly tribunal claims.
Employee handbook is not mandatory however it is highly recommended and best
A robust employee handbook can help defend costly tribunal claims and is also a
point of reference for employees regarding policies and procedures.
The employee handbook should contain both mandatory policies and procedures
such as grievance and disciplinary and policies outlining how other staff matters will
be handled by the organisation – these include employee absence, social media use,
codes of conduct etc.
Yes. However, each employee doesn’t necessarily need to receive a hard copy of
their handbook. Each employee should sign to acknowledge that they have received,
read and understood the contents of the employee handbook.