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implement and apply its policies on a consistent basis. If employers decide to have

employment policies, they should establish and maintain such policies in accordance with the

guidelines below.

1.

Establish Policies and Procedures That Are Appropriate

An employer should have employment policies and procedures in place that are

appropriate for the employer’s particular workplace, given the size of the company, the make

up of the workforce, and the company’s mission and goals.

2.

Communicate Policies

Once the employer has the employment policies and procedures established, it should

make sure that it communicates these policies to the employees clearly and on a regular

basis. This can be done through handbooks, training sessions, company web pages, posters,

memos, e-mail notices, and postings.

3.

Enforce Policies Consistently

It is important to enforce policies consistently so that the employer is not vulnerable

to claims of discriminatory or unfair treatment.

4.

Review and Revise Policies as Needed on a Regular Basis

If an employer has employment policies and procedures in place, it should have them

reviewed and updated on a regular basis to make sure that they comply with current laws and

that they reflect changes in the company’s operations or workforce.

Electronic Communications Policy

Leave Policies, including FMLA, Worker’s Compensation, and Maternity/ Paternity Leave and other types of Family Leave

Sexual Harassment Policy

EXAMPLES OF EMPLOYMENT POLICIES FOR EMPLOYERS

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