A Company Policy & Personnel Workbook

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PSI Research/Oasis Press, 1999 - Business & Economics - 339 pages
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This book will save many costly hours in creating or updating company policy manuals. In layperson language, this book explains the legal ramifications of employer-employee relationships. Further, this easy-to-use manual simplifies the policy manual process by giving your pre-written model policies and alternates from which to choose. They can used verbatim or can be modified to address issues such as: Arbitration of Employee Disputes Bereavement Leave Child Care Company Objectives Compensation Compliance with ADA Conflict of Interest Customer Service Dress Code Educational Assistance Emergency Closings Employee Benefits Employee Orientation Employee Privacy Employee Recognition Employee Relocation Employee Safety Employer Security Equal Opportunity Expense Reimbursement Family Leave Flextime Insurance Inventions and Patents Outside Employment Overtime Parental Leave Performance Improvement Performance Review Political Activities Position Descriptions Professional Memberships Recruitment Retirement Plans Return to Work Sexual Harassment Sick or Personal Leave Smoking Statement of Commitment Substance Abuse Terminations Use of Company Vehicles Vacations/ Holidays Violence in the Workplace Visitors & Many More

PlusPersonnel Forms Application Form Position Requisition Interview Summary Accident Report Exit Interview Guide Position Description Time Sheet Payroll Request Performance Appraisals Employee Reviews Work Update Company Evaluation Inventions and Patents I-9 Example Grievance Forms Information Consent And More

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Contents

6l20 Dress Code
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Charts Forms and Outlines
14
Our Company
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Copyright

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Ardella Ramey helps shape policy management by focusing on Work Force 2000 and present employment and training needs on a regional and international level as a board member in the Private Industry Council and as a U.S. delegate to Moscow for the Foundation for International Cooperation and Development.

Carl Sniffen, an attorney with Foster Purdy, Allan Peterson & Dahlin in Medford, Oregon, is an advocate of "preventive law." He is a contributor to the Oasis Press' 51-states series, Starting and Operating a Business, which is now being used by more than 2 million businesses.

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