Employee Handbook Series 2021- A Year in Review

Posted in : The Essential Elements of the Employee Handbook on 13 December 2021
Leeanne Armstrong
Issues covered: Agile working; harassment training; managing sickness absence; menopause; working time and leave

Refreshing and revisiting employee handbook policies not only helps give clear guidance to your employees and line managers, but may also help mitigate exposure to potential legal claims.

If you have already made changes this year to account for new ways of working following the impact of the pandemic, you may wish to reflect on how those particular changes and policies have been embedded and ensure that your new policies are providing the intended benefits and guidance. If you have been particularly focused on dealing with remote or hybrid working, this may also be a good time to consider if any of your other existing policies need refreshing to ensure consistency with the changes you have

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This article is correct at 13/12/2021

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Leeanne Armstrong

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