Instructor: EANE Staff
Your organization's employee handbook is an important communication tool between you and your employees. A well written handbook sets forth your expectations for employees and describes what they can expect from your organization. This interactive workshop helps you understand the legal considerations and impacts on employee morale associated with your employee handbook. Participants will receive a flash drive with sample policies to work on and will spend time working on the development or revision of their handbook and policies.
Target Audience: Human Resource professionals, office or operational managers responsible for the development or revision of the organization's Employee Handbook.
• Examine how to best convey the tone and culture of your organization
• Clearly articulate expectations through your handbook and written policies
• Apply layout, organization, content, formats and distribution best practices
• Start, complete, or revise current policies or handbook content
• Process Management
• Technical Skills
• Business Knowledge
HRCI & SHRM Credits: 6.5
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