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Develop Your Own Employee Handbook
Par : Ellen E. Mole, LL.B., Joan A. Bolland, B.A.
ISBN/ISSN/No. de produit : 0-459-56313-0
Type de produit : Supplemented book + CD-ROM
Coût de mise à jour prévu : $111 per supplement (1-2 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.
Nombre de volumes : 1 volume looseleaf
Reliure : 3-Ring Binder
Date de publication : 1996-12-01
Éditeur : Carswell
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Description
Human resources specialists across Canada have made Best Practices: Employment Policies That Work one of the most successful human resources management books in decades. Using Develop Your Own Employee Handbook you can create, revise or update your company's employee guide based on the proven examples and advice in Employment Policies That Work. Authors Ellen Mole and Joan Bolland have adapted their original work to provide a solid template for the employee handbook version. All of the sample statements, policies and letters have been included on CD-ROM. Easy-to-use as is, or customize to your own firm's specifications. Also see Best Practices: Human Resources Forms Toolkit, a compendium of hundreds of HR forms ready for you to modify and use! Table of Contents • 1 Getting Started • 2 Developing and Writing Your Handbook • 3 Evaluating and Revising Your Handbook • 4 Guiding Principles and Preliminary Matters • 5 Employment Practices • 6 Employee Conduct • 7 Health, Safety & Security • 8 Compensation Practices • 9 Benefits Information • 10 Termination of Employment • 11 Reference Material • Templates.
À propos de l'auteur
Ellen E. Mole, LL.B., is a labour arbitrator and mediator, a former vice-chair of the Ontario Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal, and a former vice-chair of the Ontario Public Service Labour Relations Tribunal. She graduated from the University of Toronto Law School and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1983. She has written extensively on employment and labour law issues since that time, and is the co-author of Best Practices: Employment Policies That Work, Best Practices: Human Resources Forms Toolkit, and Develop Your Own Employee Handbook.
Joan A. Bolland, B.A., has more than 20 years’ experience as both a generalist and specialist in Human Resources management in the business and not-for-profit sectors. A graduate of the University of Toronto, Ms. Bolland holds certificates in Personnel and Industrial Relations, and Human Resources Management. She has acted as a consultant to smaller companies and to the Ontario government in areas such as redeployment, pay equity and human resources administration. She retired as Director, Human Resources for The Canadian Red Cross Society, Ontario Division. Currently, Ms. Bolland directs her own Human Resources consulting practice. She is the co-author of several Carswell publications: Develop Your Own Employee Handbook, Best Practices: Employment Policies That Work, and Best Practices: Human Resources Forms Toolkit and author/editor of the chapter on termination in Human Resouces Management in Canada also published by Carswell.
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