Your policy on policies and procedures should cover the six steps of your deployment framework: development, approval, distribution, implementation, regular review, and revision of all of your policies and procedures.
Put together your Policy & Procedure Manual using a logical flow or order to your procedures. Start the operations manual with your process map. List your procedures that explain each business process.
Have you ever taken over new job only to find that the former manager had nothing documented? Do company policies exist if they’re not documented? What if there was a disaster? What if a key person quit? Will you have time to write policies and procedures from disaster recovery to computer, network, and email use? How do you engage employees through your company vision?
Hiring a third party to perform outsourced business tasks on your account often means you’re exposing your business to new risks such as confidentiality breaches. Thinking ahead to formulate a clear outsourcing procedure can save your business a lot of money, time, and even a legal case. What are best practices for outsourcing in your business?
Can you call your employee relations successful in your business without a DEI policy? When it comes to encouraging diversity and inclusion in the workplace, one of the first and best steps a business can take is to write a well-designed diversity, inclusion and equality (DEI) policy.
There are many differences between a policy, process, procedure, SOP, or work instruction. Here we explain the differences between policies, procedures, processes, and how each are used in a business setting.
Coping with stress during the COVID-19 pandemic challenging for everyone. It is not easy for a Human Resource Manager to manage to reduce employee stress and boost productivity. To help you out, we have five stress management solutions to reduce anxiety and make the workers more productive in the current situation.