How to Develop Employee Handbook
Jakarta | 8 Februari 2010 | Rp. 1.500.00,-
I. Background / Objectives
The Employee Handbook is one of the most important documents and communication tools of a business. It sets forth the policies and benefits provided by the company. As such, it expresses the philosophy, goals and ethical atmosphere that is maintained by the business. A clear and unambiguous document describes what the employee can expect from the company, and in turn, outlines the expectations the company has of the employees. It provides a picture of the type of person and attitude that is desired in all team members.
This course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge, skills and confidence to enable them to develop employee handbook which based on a good standard format.
II. Other Benefits
Assess whether your key employee documentation is up-to-date with the latest employment law and is as comprehensive as it could be
Develop a clear understanding of the benefits associated with an employee handbook as opposed to stand alone policies and procedures
Understand some of the legal issues associated with the various policies and procedures contained within a standard employee handbook
Learn how an employee handbook interacts with employment contracts
Appreciate how changes made to the handbook will be legally binding
Comprehend the main requirements and procedural steps of essential policies and procedures
Understand the application of the key policies in practice.
III. Who Should Attend
HR directors and managers
HR and personnel officers and assistants
In-house legal advisers
Managers from any functions
IV. Training Agenda
1. Introduction / Background
Expectation of Participants.
2. Objectives, Concerns and Policies
Advantages of an employee handbook to the employer
Advantages of an employee handbook to supervision
Advantages of an employee handbook to employee.
When to revise or update and employee handbook
Company conditions necessitating revision of employee handbook
Do you need more than one handbook?
Advantages of policies statements
Classifying and integrating policies
3. The Legal Standing Responsibilities for Drafting, Editing and Publishing
Assigning responsibilities for the initial draft or revision
What should and should not be covered in an employee handbook
Writing drafts of the employee handbook
Production of the employee handbook
Keeping your employee handbook up to date.
4. Distributing the Employee Handbook
Schedule a management meeting prior to distribution
Schedule employee group meetings for distribution
Distribution of the new employee handbook to new employees
Sending a follow up letter to employees.
5. Closing (Conclusion and summary)
V. Facilitator: Tim Trainer
Schedule : 8 Februari 2010
Venue : Acasia Hotel, Jakarta Pusat
Investment : Rp. 1.500.000,-