Ensuring that you have the right range of HR workplace policies and procedures in place and that they are kept up to date is essential to the smooth running and operation of your business.
At Lupton Fawcett, our team of expert employment solicitors works closely with our clients in order to develop and create policies and procedures that genuinely benefit their businesses and assist employees in understanding their rights, duties and obligations.
To speak to a member of our team about your business’s policies and procedures, contact Lupton Fawcett today by calling 0333 323 5292 or filling out the enquiry form on this page and we will get back to you.
HR Policies and Procedures Explained
Having a well drafted set of HR policies and procedures in place within your organisation will help protect employees and employers alike by defining how the business operates when certain issues arise.
Key HR Policies
All employers (regardless of size) are required to have disciplinary and grievance procedures in place. For most employers, key HR policies and procedures will include:
- Anti-harassment and bullying
- Disciplinary and grievance
- Absence management
- Equal opportunities
- Annual leave
- Shared parental leave
- Capability and performance
- IT and employee monitoring
Optional HR Policies
Other policies, can be extremely beneficial to a business and it’s employees. Examples include:
- Anti-corruption and bribery
- Data protection
- Social media
- Flexible working
- Adverse weather and travel disruption