Policies

Software Installation Policy

The goal of a Software Installation Policy is to identify permitted standard software titles, clearly communicate what is prohibited, and outline proper procedures for...

Overtime Policy

Overtime is a common occurrence in many organizations. Although in some cases it is seen as a given condition, it should still be managed to ensure that overtime worked...

Employee Manual

A basic manual that contains general policies and procedures that affect all employees is a fundamental tool in any organization. While ownership of the Employee Manual...

Benefits Policy

Benefits are a powerful tool for attracting and retaining high-quality talent. Therefore, it's in the best interests of every organization to offer some sort of benefits...

Technology Use Monitoring Policy

Many organizations monitor the usage of technology to ensure compliance with regulation, organizational policy, and law. Monitoring technology usage is a delicate...

Telephone and Voicemail Acceptable Use Policy

Telephony is one technology often taken for granted. As a result, it is very easy for employees to intentionally or inadvertently misuse telephony tools for non-business...

Password Policy

Passwords are the primary form of user authentication used to grant access to information systems. To ensure that passwords provide as much security as possible they must...

Business Expense Reimbursement Policy

In many organizations, employees sometimes have to make purchases on behalf of the organization. In these situations, employees should be aware of the procedures for...

Employee Performance Appraisal Policy

Performance appraisals are an essential part of performance management because they deliver messages of success, improvement areas, goals, objectives, development...

Plagiarism and Copyright Policy

Organizations must consider the seriousness of plagiarism in the context of ethics, but also of law. Advances in electronic communication and technology, such as the...
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