Policies

Employee Reference Provision Policy

Providing former employees and co-workers with a job reference is a common practice. However, inappropriate disclosure of information can bring unexpected legal trouble....

Travel Expense Policy

Ensure that traveling employees are aware of what is considered an acceptable expense and what expenses are eligible for reimbursement by the organization. Establish...

Employee Status Change Policy and Form

Employee status can change for a variety of reasons, including promotion, leave of absence, transfer, termination, or change in pay. When a status change occurs, there is...

Drug and Alcohol Policy

While it may seem obvious to some that the use of drugs and alcohol at work is prohibited, organizations must still hold and enforce a strong drug and alcohol policy to...

Flextime Policy and Agreement

Flexible work hours can help employees strike a more reasonable work-life balance as well as benefit the company by increasing employee productivity and attracting a...

Administrative Rights Policy

The decision whether or not to grant computer end users administrative rights is hotly contested, and irritating to enforce. However, in an environment where security is...

Paid Time-Off Policy

The Paid Time Off (PTO) Policy is used as a replacement for vacation and sick leave policies. It gives employees more autonomy over when and why they take time off and...

Lactation Accommodation Policy

The Lactation Accommodation policy provides provisions for new mothers who continue to breastfeed their infant child upon their return to the workplace.

Corporate Social Responsibility Policy

In recent years, sustainability and accountability have emerged as top priorities in strategic business planning. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives are a...

Sick Days Policy

A clear and comprehensive policy governing sick days is a key element of employee relations at any workplace. Use this template to craft a policy that fits your needs.
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