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Guidelines for Writing Policies

  • You may have any company policy that does not conflict with existing laws (for example, no discrimination).

  • It is always a good to obtain ideas from your managers and employees when writing new policies. They will be more supportive of policies they helped to create.

  • Make sure policies are clear and specific.

  • Provide all employees with a copy of the policies.

  • To ensure that employees understand their duties, have them sign an Employee

Responsibility Statement (see sample on last page). Keep this in each employee's personnel file.

  • Reinforce policies by giving regular training to employees.

  • Between trainings, hold regular staff meetings. At the meetings, discuss the rules,

recent problem situations, and ways to prevent future problems.

  • Advise employees that you will spot check their compliance with the policies. Give them a regular performance review.

  • Reward employees who do a good job. Provide rewards to those who engage in anti-drug events.

Remember: Written policies, good communication, and a supportive environment will go a long way toward the success of your business.

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