Written Policies

Usually policies set out in an employee handbook are there as a matter of good practice, to set out standards at work. However, sometimes there is a legal requirement to have a policy (e.g. disciplinary rules and procedures if these are not set out in the contract). There are also times when having a written policy can help you avoid liability – for example an equal opportunities policy can help defend allegations of discrimination.

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