Open your Human Resources Policies and Procedures Manual for a fresh look and you may find you’ve opened up your whole organization. If you’re like most companies, chances are good your company has a human resources policies and procedures manual. Unfortunately, they’re equally good that that once-vital human resources policies and procedures manual hasn’t been […]
Category: HR Policies & Procedures
Keep your company in compliance with federal and state laws while you set the appropriate tone for your organization. Get tips on developing solid HR policies that will hold up to scrutiny, along with quick-reading summaries of significant white papers that provide perspective to help you evaluate policy choices in terms of your organization.
The Constitution protects the freedom to practice religion. Employers must honor this right while balancing the needs of the business. Here are some guidelines for doing both. In virtually every religion, there are significant days on the calendar that dictate religious observance. For example, next Monday, October 2, is Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, […]
Once, the law counted only extreme job sanctions, like termination, as retaliation. Now the definition is far broader. What you … and your managers … need to know. The Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railroad was involved in a train wreck recently. No, not the physical kind, the legal kind. In a unanimous 9-0 decision, […]
Writing or auditing your AAP makes filling out your IRS Form 1040 look tame. But there is a resource to help you do it better and easier. The EEO-1 report recently written about in HR Daily Advisor is just one part of an effort by this nation to end discrimination in the workplace. It started […]
Read on for how to download his advice at no charge. A recent Daily Advisor article talked about the importance of fighting negativity in the workplace. One way to do it, the article advised, was to “practice positive management.” One HR manager who seemingly knows how to do it to a fare-thee-well is Peter R.Garber […]
If your Human Resources policies manual doesn’t carry the proper disclaimer, you may find yourself unable to change key HR policies unless your employees agree. Business is built on contracts. Between companies and customers. Between manufacturers and suppliers. They’re a great way of to ensure, that even if conditions change, price, delivery or whatever else […]