HR Policies & Procedures
Human resource policies & procedures are continuing guidelines on the approach an organization intends to adopt in managing its people. They represent specific guidelines to HR managers on various matters concerning employment and state the intent of the organization on different aspects of Human Resource management such as recruitment, promotion, compensation, training etc. A good HR policy provides guidance on the approach adopted by the organization, and therefore its employees, concerning various aspects of employment. A procedure spells out precisely what action should be taken in line with the policies.
We have developed a fully compliant set of HR policies & procedures that fully support the core HR processes that exist in any organisation. The policies ensure that the organisation can manage the employee life cycle in an effective way. The employee life cycle is shown on left:
We are able to review all HR Policies & Procedures within an organisation. This may take the form of either reviewing current policies & procedures, or alternatively to develop additional where appropriate.
Policies and procedures serve a number of purposes:
- They provide clear communication between the organization and their employees regarding their condition of employment;
- They form a basis for treating all employees fairly and equally;
- They are a set of guidelines for supervisors and managers;
- They create a basis for developing the employee handbook;
- They establish a basis for regularly reviewing possible changes affecting employees;
- They form a context for supervisor training programs and employee orientation programs &
- They prevent the wastage of time and energy involved in repeated analyses for solving problems of a similar nature.