This pack consists of the 5 major policies required by small businesses. HR policies provide guidance on the approach a business intends to adopt in managing its people. A good HR policy provides generalized guidance on the approach adopted by the organization, and therefore its employees, concerning various aspects of employment. Well-documented policies and procedures help staff to understand how an organisation ‘works’. They also minimise business and legal risks.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The purpose of this policy is to consistently apply and promote fair treatment and equal employment opportunity for everyone involved in your business. It will help you to make employment decisions on the basis of merit and real business needs without regard to prohibited discriminatory criteria.
Fit for Work
The purpose of this policy is to outline the minimum requirements to be observed to ensure employees and contractors are in a fit condition to carry out their duties without endangering others. It will help you establish a workplace and work practices that reduce the risks associated with medical conditions, fatigue, and drugs and alcohol. It will also help you to support employees who need advice or help in such matters in a sensitive and confidential manner.
This policy is designed to assist managers and employees to resolve issues or grievances in the workplace, to avoid these issues having to be dealt with by outside bodies such as Fair Work Australia or Unions.
This policy summarises the minimum leave entitlements of employees, including Annual Leave, Personal (Sick and Carers), Long Service, Jury Duty, Parental, etc. as well as the process for managing leave within the company.
Leave Application Form is included with this policy document.
The purpose of this policy is to assist in the management of employees whose performance is unsatisfactory. It will also help you deal with acts or omissions that constitute misconduct, or are otherwise inappropriate.
All myhronline policy documents comply with the requirements of the Fair Work Act 2009. Simply replace the sections in red < > with details specific to your employee and situation. Optional information in blue italics may be deleted if not required. Over the phone or email support is also available.