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1996-12-01
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Develop Your Own Employee Handbook
By: Brian Kreissl, LL.B., LL.M., CHRL
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$325.00
Description

Develop Your Own Employee Handbook is a useful resource for Canadian employers that can help human resources practitioners, office managers, owner/managers, accountants, payroll professionals and others create, revise and update an organization’s employee handbook. It is particularly helpful for small businesses. Much of the content in this publication has been adapted from our highly-regarded publication dealing with employment policies entitled Best Practices: Employment Policies That Work, originally authored by Ellen Mole and Joan Bolland. All of the sample statements, policies and letters have been included on CD-ROM. This publication is easy-to-use, and the templates can be customized to your own organization’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.

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About the Author

Brian Kreissl, LL.B., LL.M., CHRL, is a Product Development Manager responsible for human resources, payroll, OH&S and records retention products and solutions at Thomson Reuters Legal Canada. Brian is a published author, journalist and blogger on HR and employment law topics with nearly two decades of HR and HR-related experience. He was previously the Managing Editor of Consult Carswell, a comprehensive online information resource and work tool for Canadian HR professionals. While not a lawyer, Brian has two law degrees from the U.K. (including a master's degree with a focus on employment law), his Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL) designation, and certificates in business management, human resources management, law and leadership in organizations. He is also currently working on a degree in adult education. Prior to joining Thomson Reuters, he worked in the HR department of a large financial institution. Brian has also worked for a leading HR outsourcing firm and a boutique search firm specializing in placing information technology professionals. He has done extensive work in employment policy development, revision and review and was heavily involved with Thomson Reuters Custom Employee Handbooks service. Brian has contributed to numerous publications and is co-author of Best Practices: Job Descriptions Toolkit, the Bill 168 Implementation Guide and the HR Manager’s Guide to Succession Planning. He is also the current author of Develop Your Own Employee Handbook.