The Workplace Rules Guidelines Procedure sets forth rules and guidelines that can be used to provide your employees with the criteria for creating a professional business environment. The Workplace Rules Guidelines Procedure applies to all employees and levels of employee misconduct. (6 pages, 1265 words)
Rules regarding drugs and alcohol are important. Reporting to work or working under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance without a medical prescription is considered Very Serious Misconduct and is strictly prohibited. Any employee with a problem relating to either alcohol or drug abuse is encourage to contact personnel to discuss counseling or other treatment.
Breaks and Lunch Time should also have certain guidelines to follow. The company should provide two 15-minute rest breaks each day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon and an unpaid one-hour lunch period. The Human Resources Manager should establish break times. The purpose of breaks are to provide a needed rest during work periods, as such, breaks may not be accumulated to reduce working hours or to provide time off for personal business.
All companies are going to deal with complaints. Employees with concerns or complaints regarding company policies or operations should discuss them with their supervisor. If the employee feels their concern or complaint is unanswered or unresolved by their supervisor, the employee should meet with the Human Resources Manager and/or request that they meet with higher management in the company.
Workplace Rules Guidelines Responsibilities:
All Employees are expected to monitor and enforce the company workplace rules equally to create a professional business environment.
The Human Resources Manager should be responsible for overseeing all workplace rules and guidelines.
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