An employee handbook is the most important communication tool between the Company and its employees. A well-written handbook sets forth the Company's expectations for its employees, and describes what they can expect from the Company. An employee handbook should describe the legal obligations as an employer, and its employee?s rights and duties.
2. MISSION STATEMENT
3. PENSIONS AND WELFARE BENEFITS
4. PERSONNEL POLICY
5. OPEN DOOR POLICY
6. MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY
7. GENERAL EMPLOYMENT POLICY AND RULES
8. EMPLOYMENT CLASSIFICATION
9. HOURS OF WORK
15. TIME OFF FOR BEREAVEMENT
16. LEAVES OF ABSENCE
17. YOUR RECORDS
18. TELEPHONE CALLS, MESSAGES AND EMAIL / INTERNET
19. SMOKING AREAS
20. HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE
21. OUTSIDE EMPLOYMENT
23. ALCOHOL AND DRUGS
25. RECEIPT DISCLAIMER
This employee handbook summarizes some of the employment policies, procedures, rules, and regulations of .......... ("the company"). It has been prepared to acquaint all employees with these policies, procedures, rules, and regulations, and to provide for the company orderly and efficient operation. It is your responsibility to read and become familiar with this handbook and to follow the policies, procedures, rules and regulations contained in it. However, if you have questions regarding the handbook or matters that are not covered, please direct them to your immediate supervisor.
This employee handbook has been prepared for informational purposes only. None of the statements, policies, rules, or regulations contained in this handbook constitutes a guarantee of employment, a guarantee of any other rights or benefits, or a contract of employment, expressed or implied. All of the company?s employees are employed at will and employment is not for any definite period. Termination of employment may occur at any time, with or without notice, and with or without cause, at the Option of the company or the employee. The company may modify or eliminate the provisions set forth in this handbook at any time with or without notice. This handbook supersedes all previous handbooks, statements, policies, procedures, rules, or regulations given to employee, whether verbal or written. An authorized representative of the company in writing may only modify this handbook.
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