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Employee Handbook

Employee Handbook
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A well-drawn Employee Handbook can be an important record that will assist and support you, as an employer, should any legal issues or claims be brought against you.

This Handbook has been designed around the expectations, policies and procedures that are to apply to your employees. All of LAWLIVE™'s offers of employment and contract documents provide for the existence of an Employee Handbook. It should not be a substitute for an employment contract, however in some circumstances employer policies and procedures may form part of the contract. We strongly recommend that employers put in place internal procedures to ensure that company policies and procedures which are promised in the Handbook are complied with.

The Handbook sets out those things which are of day to day importance to both the Employer and to employees and it should provide information as well as policies and procedures. This document is only needed once and can be handed to all employees.

Please Note: This Handbook should only be used as a guide. It should be amended to meet your specific requirements and in particular you should not include any policy or procedure which as an Employer you know you are unable to follow through or comply with. We recommend that you think carefully about all of the policies, procedures and information that you include. The content of the Handbook should be consistent with the day to day practices and expectations of your employees in the workplace. If you are unsure about any of the content of the Handbook then you should seek professional advice.
You should carefully consider whether you want your employment handbook to form part of your employees' employment contracts or not.

Please Note: Our Employee Handbook provides a general guide. Every properly run business should have an Employee Handbook but it must be very carefully prepared because in some circumstances Employer policies and procedures may form part of the employment contract.

This Handbook includes the following:

1. Induction Procedure For New Staff Members
2. Employee Commitment Form
3. Our Company And Its Business
4. Mission Statement
5. Your Employment And This Handbook
6. Industrial Awards/Collective Agreements
7. Experience And Training
8. Employee Relations
9. Employment Categories
10. Probationary Employees
11. Full-Time Employees
12. Part-Time Employees
13. Casual Employees
14. Contractors
15. Annual Leave Entitlements (not Applicable To Casuals)
16. Long Service Leave (not Applicable To Casuals)
17. Sick Leave (not Applicable To Casuals And Probationary Employees)
18. Unpaid Leave (not Applicable To Casuals)
19. Parental Leave (applicable To All Employees)
21. Payment Of Wages
22. Restaurant/Bar/Factory/Office Hours
23. Meal Breaks
24. Employee Movements
25. Presentation And Dress
26. Customer Service
27. Discrimination And Harassment Policy
28. Bullying
29. Dispute Settlement Procedure
30. Counselling Procedure
31. Workplace Safety & Health Policy
32. Workplace Injuries And Compensation
33. No Smoking Policy
34. Alcohol And Drug Policy
35. Computer And Email Policy
36. Use Of Telephones
37. Emergency Contact Numbers
38. Fire Evacuation Procedure
39. Disclosure Of Confidential Information
40. Corporate Compliance

NOTE - some of these clauses may or may not be optional to include in the contract:

 
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