Are You Confident That You Can Write HR Policies and Procedures That Are On Track? You Will Be After Attending This Seminar!
The task of developing and maintaining your organization’s HR policies and procedures
can be overwhelming. You’ve got to make sure that all your bases are covered – you
can’t afford to let even one detail slip through the cracks.
- So where do you go to make sure your handbook contains all the policies
- What are the first steps you need to take to write a comprehensive, clear
- How do you make sure employees fully understand the policies and procedures
your organization requires strict adherence to?
- Where is the best place to find out what policies you’re missing, or worse, which
ones are incorrect?
- How do you write new policies and procedures quickly and confidently, assured
that they’re on track and can withstand legal scrutiny?
No worries, my friend – because the Writing HR Policies & Procedures seminar is the
one place to get up-to-date fast.
SIX HOURS IN THIS TRAINING WILL SAVE YOU HUNDREDS OF HOURS IN
RESEARCH AND WRITING!
You could go it alone – doing tons of research, consulting dozens of experts, and
spending hours of your time painstakingly preparing policies and procedures that will
hold up for your organization. But why go through all that pain and aggravation when the
techniques you need can all be mastered in one information-packed seminar?
When you attend Writing HR Policies & Procedures, you’ll benefit from our 30+ year
history of helping HR pros like yourself stay on the cutting edge of HR law as it pertains
to policies and procedures. We’ll give you dozens of shortcuts, templates, and techniques
that you can adopt for your organization’s unique needs.
You’ll learn how to write policies quickly … how to eliminate loopholes … how to get
top management buy-in … and how to implement new policies and procedures, confident
that your employees know what’s expected of them.
PROTECT YOUR ORGANIZATION … WHILE BUILDING ESSENTIAL HR
CAREER SKILLS. ENROLL TODAY!
One thing will never change about HR: the rules of the road are always changing and it’s
your job to keep up! This means to be successful in your HR career, you must master the
policy and procedure writing skills taught exclusively in this powerful workshop.
Enroll today and get the skills you need to succeed!
Overview of HR Policies and Procedures
- What’s the real purpose of writing policies and
procedures? Why you need to know
- Which policies are mandated by law vs. required by
- 3 sure signs that a policy or procedure needs to be
- What are you putting at risk if your policies and
procedures are off track? (Hint – a lot!)
Putting Policies & Procedures in Writing
- Legal considerations to keep in mind when writing
policies and procedures
- When you have to write a policy fast – a 6-point
checklist to make sure you’ve covered all the bases
- A proven formula for determining if a policy or
procedure is discriminatory
- When should “unwritten” rules be put in writing?
Signals to watch for
- The best way to handle changes in your company’s
policies and procedures
- Characteristics of good policies and procedures
Writing Policies Everyone Will
- Ensuring user comprehension and compliance
- How to keep your personal feelings from affecting
how you phrase a policy
- The secret to writing policies and procedures that
sound friendly yet firm
- How to use the simple “HISI” test to ensure the
clarity of everything you write
- How to use simple graphic techniques to make
handbooks and manuals easy to read
- 2 times when it’s better not to put a policy in writing
Policies HR Must Give Special Attention
- Major policies and procedures most organizations
- Sexual harassment policies
- Email and Internet use policies
- ADA interactive process (procedure)
- How to write dress codes or personal hygiene
guidelines that don’t offend anyone
Implementing Policies With Ease
- Ensuring upper management accepts and complies
- Announcing a new policy? When to use a memo and
when to use a meeting
- How to defend policies employees don’t like
- An amazingly simple plan for making sure
employees read – and understand – the policies and
procedures you write
- When announcing a policy verbally … how to be
sure everyone gets the same message
- 2 situations in which you should ask for employees’
signatures as proof they’ve read and understood a
- Where policies and procedures should be kept – and
how they should be controlled