Yes, I think we all assume that every business has an Employee Handbook, BUT is that true? I have seen quite a few of these handbooks and have a few questions to think about..
Now let's consider your business' Employee Handbook:
1. When was the last time it was edited? Did it need to be updated?
2. Does it contain just the bare essentials? Or does it cover what person in management to speak to for: raises? leaves of absences? harassment?
3. When the handbook is updated, are employees encouraged to offer comments for change or discussion?
So often the Employee Handbook becomes a listing of 'thou shalt nots' - does yours? Can it be more employee friendly and offer some 'thou shalts'?
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