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Human Resources: Rules for Your Workers
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No two people think alike, and everyone has a different perception of what the work environment should be. If you have employees, you need to think about setting some basic ground rules. You need to make sure that your employees understand what is expected of them, not only in the work that they do, but also in their behavior and other areas of your employment relationship.

Your business may be required to have and post policies regarding certain workplace issues such as smoking, sexual harassment, and drugs/alcohol in the workplace. Many workplace policies that employers have are not required, but are still worth considering. Having a policy in force can assist you in keeping order in your workplace, and can provide your employees with the information they need for successful employment. In some instances, you may be required to post or distribute a written policy to employees; however, in most cases, the way that you communicate your rules is your decision.
  • Click here to see government regulations that impact your policies and procedures.


  • An employee handbook is the backbone of an effective and legally compliant organization.




 
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