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
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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.
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