Workforce policies and procedures

An important step for establishing a positive working relationship is to have policies and procedures in place.  Doing so will help both you and your employees know what is expected of each other in certain situations and ensure that things tick along as they should on a day to day basis.

I review, draft and administer the implementation of employee handbooks, policies and procedures that deal with:

  • employee grievances
  • disciplinaries and misconduct
  • absence (sickness and other)
  • performance (both managing performance and dealing with poor performers)
  • family matters (including maternity, paternity and adoption)
  • expectations and rules when at work
  • specific business matters