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2004-01-01
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Best Practices: Employment Policies That Work (Print + ProView)
Par : Joan A. Bolland, B.A., Ellen E. Mole, LL.B.
Disponibilité : À venir bientôt
$391.00
Description
Good Human Resources management demands good policies. Human rights and employment standards legislation have exploded in recent years, requiring employers to maintain high levels of due diligence in the workplace. Complex issues such as pay and employment equity, harassment, discrimination, health and safety, family benefits and compensation require effective policies and constant communication from employers. Best Practices: Employment Policies That Work is the definitive, best-selling guide to employment policy development. It contains a comprehensive selection of proven policy and procedure statements assembled from various Canadian firms and organizations. The guide is grouped under major subject headings, with an explanatory introduction to each section, plus an overall guide to developing a policy and procedure manual. Also see Develop Your Own Employee Handbook - a must-have for those translating employment policies for employees and Best Practices: Human Resources Forms Toolkit, a compendium of hundreds of HR forms ready for you to modify and use! Save time and effort by using the included ready-to-use templates on CD-ROM, available in Microsoft Word® format. Cut and paste your own policy documents! Table of ContentsPart I • Developing, Producing, and Monitoring Policies • The Why, What, and Who of Policies and Procedures • How to Develop and Write Your Own Policies • How to Evaluate and Revise Your Policies • Part II • Sample Policies • Guiding Principles and Preliminary Matters • Employee Selection and Assignment • Compensation - Salary and Payroll Administration • Compensation - Benefits Administration • Terms and Conditions of Employment • Employee Relations • Human Rights • Occupational Health and Safety • Termination. Carswell eReference Library™ is a virtual library that allows subscribers to access print looseleaf products whose contents have been made available in an online format. Subscribe to any eReference looseleaf and you get online access for an unlimited number of users at the same location. It's like getting unlimited copies for the price of one. In addition to being cost-effective, every eReference looseleaf offers the convenience of seamlessly integrated updates and the efficiency of searching and tracking features. Each title is available in two subscription options – print with online access or online access only. For more information visit www.carswell.com/ereference
À propos de l'auteur
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.
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.