HR Policies and Procedures services

Well-documented policies and procedures help staff to understand how an organisation ‘works’. They also minimise business and legal risks. iHR Australia can design and develop individual policies, procedures and handbooks specific to your organisation’s needs.

Why you need HR Policies and Procedures written for your organisation

Generic policies and procedures probably don’t reflect your organisation’s individual requirements, or could be ambiguous or out-of-date. HR policies and procedures establish and document your organisation’s expectations, standards and responsibilities. Clear procedures guide managers and employees through the practical application of policies. Well-documented policies and procedures are also tangible evidence that your organisation has taken reasonable steps to minimise business risks and unlawful practice or behaviour.

iHR Australia’s HR Policies and Procedures services

iHR Australia can design and develop individual policies and procedures or employee handbooks specifically tailored to your organisation’s needs.

Employee Manuals and Handbooks

A comprehensive HR policy and procedure manual/employee handbook should at least provide your organisation with the following policies and procedures:

  • Equal Employment Opportunity
  • Anti-bullying
  • Anti-harassment
  • Use of email, internet and social media
  • Grievance
  • Occupational health and safety
  • Drug and alcohol
  • Return to work
  • Code of conduct
  • Gifts and favours
  • Leave provisions (including personal, bereavement/compassionate, annual, parental and long service leave)

Guidelines and Procedures Manuals for Managers

iHR Australia develops a Guidelines and Procedures Manual for Managers, which includes guidelines, procedures and templates for human resources practices including:

  • Selection and recruitment
  • Induction, performance and probationary management guidelines and templates
  • Promotions and transfers
  • Role clarity (including position descriptions)
  • Performance management
  • Managing complaints
  • Terminations

Find out more

To find out more about iHR Australia’s HR policy and procedures services please contact us on Phone 1300 884 687 or make an online enquiry.

Download the iHR Australia brochure to read more about the full range of services iHR can provide your organisation.

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