October HR Topic - Taking Care of Business: Employee Handbooks

Posted by Christy Putnam on October 2, 2019 at 2:45 PM

October HR Topic Taking Care of Business Employee HandbooksRaise your hand if you have been “taking care of business” by updating your company's employee handbook within the last year? For those of you with your hands down - and we're guessing that's the majority - how many dread this task and wish you could just implement policies like the ones that follow?

PERSONAL DAYS - Each employee will receive 104 personal days a year. They are called Saturday and Sunday.

VACATION DAYS - All employees will take their vacations at the same time every year. The vacation days are as follows: January 1st, July 4th, and December 25th.

All kidding aside, the employee handbook can be a critical document for guiding employees through expectations, promoting your company culture and benefits, and protecting your organization during unfortunate events like employment lawsuits and investigations. For these reasons and many more, October’s HR topic is Taking Care of Business: Employee Handbooks. Be on the lookout throughout the month for a valuable resource to help you develop and/or update your company’s handbook, an educational webinar, as well as important reminders to consider when reviewing this document for your company.

If your company doesn’t have a handbook, or if it hasn’t been reviewed within the last year, we encourage you to join this month’s HR webinar - Taking Care of Business: Employee Handbooks. Even if you could just use a refresher or want to know what best practices your peers in HR are following, please plan to attend.

Please join us for our complimentary webinar Thursday, October 24th at 11:00am PDT

Taking Care of Business: Employee Handbooks

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When registering for this webinar, please ensure that you put
Bennett/Porter & Associates in the “referred by” registration field.

 

Topics: HR Policies

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