Variation of PoliciesPosted in : How Do I Handle It ROI on 25 February 2016
'I want to update my organisation’s policies and procedures to take into account recent changes to legislation, but this means making key changes to existing policies as well as introducing new policies. I am concerned about rolling out changes to policies and work practices to employees. How do I handle it?'
Recent Legislative Developments
Legislative developments in recent years have meant that employers need to re-examine their policies and procedures and in many cases will need to vary or update them to take into account changes to the law.
Recent legislative developments of particular significance, that may require an update to your existing polices or the introduction of new
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This article is correct at 25/02/2016
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