In Brief: Updates from October 2021Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 1 November 2021
This month’s 'In Brief' brings together a range of resources and articles that we’ve found interesting over the past month. We’ve highlighted the key themes, to help you keep up to date with developments.
The Philip Lee Guide to: Staff Handbooks
Patrick Walshe of Philip Lee continues his helpful series on the all-important issue of Staff Handbooks and provides his ‘cheat sheet’ answers for HR professionals including:
What is a staff handbook?
Am I required by law to have a staff handbook?
Do I have to provide every employee with a copy of the handbook, and if so, when should this be
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