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    Family and Medical Leave Request Form

    This Family and Medical Leave Request form documents an employee’s request for time off for family or medical leave purposes. Employees are entitled to up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave for certain medical or family needs. Eligibility is based on time worked, work schedule, and other factors. Advance notice is required. The employer reserves the right to deny/postpone leave ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: -1
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    Proper Processes Yield Good Outcomes

    Proper Processes Yield Good Outcomes
    If you have an effective process in place, follow it. Processes exist for a reason. Many times it's to demonstrate that proper care and attention is being taken in reaching an end result. So when an organization creates a process, it's important to respect it and allow the process to happen. Otherwise, why have the process at all? Of course, if ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Job Analysis Form

    This Job Analysis Information Sheet form is used to define a job within your company. It documents the purpose of the job, whom the supervisor will be, the job duties, the education level required for the position, the experience required, location of the job, environmental conditions, health and safety conditions, as well as the machines, tools, and work aids that the ...
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    Defusing the 5 Trickiest Workplace Situations

    Defusing the 5 Trickiest Workplace Situations
    The workplace can be a political minefield. While you may all work as a team, you're all most concerned with your own job,right? How your bosses see you can determine a raise, a promotion — or even if you keep your job. Navigating office politics is not an easy task, but avoiding potentially negative situations should be your first priority. If ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Job Posting Form

    This Job Posting form is used to announce and post an open employment position within an establishment. It states the position, date of opening, grade/level, type of position (new/replacement), description of the work, educational experience required, and the salary. Job Posting Form Position Open (title):___________________________________________ Date: _______________ Grade/Level: _________________________________________________ Reason for Opening (check one):    New position      Replacement If new position, ...
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    Enforcing Company Policies

    Enforcing Company Policies
    A reader writes: I recently started managing a department of approximately 15-20 people. I have found that there are a lot of rules and procedures in place but most are not being enforced. Obviously I've started to have all of these rules enforced or adjusted so what we are telling people to do matches what our written policies state. The problem ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rate This
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    Performance Appraisal Form

    This sample Performance Appraisal form is a confidential, handwritten report based on a meaningful two-way discussion with the employee. It uses a 5-number rating system, where 1 is the strongest and 5 is the weakest rating. This form is used to assess dependability, interpersonal relationships, job performance, initiative, job knowledge, attendance and punctuality, support of company policies, as well as safety ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +1
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    The Benefits of Behavioral Interviewing

    The Benefits of Behavioral Interviewing
    It didn't take long for Woodbriar of Wilmington, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in Massachusetts, to earn its payback from a healthcare consultant's advice. Woodbriar is a successful organization with a clearly defined mission and culture. But in its industry (healthcare) and specific niches (long-term care and short-term rehabilitation), recruitment is an ongoing challenge. Retention is also an issue. To ...
    Published about 9 years ago | Rated: +9
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    Hiring Checklist

    Hiring Checklist Write a job description for the vacant position or review the old one, updating the duties required. Make a skills profile which lists the precise duties of the position and the skills needed to accomplish these duties in a minimally acceptable manner. Receive applications and evaluate them. Notify unqualified candidates. Rank qualified ones. Schedule interviews. Prepare specific open-ended ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Paid Absences Progressive Policy

    _This **Paid Absences Progressive** policy explains the details of the Company’s policy on employee illness as well as illness in the immediate family. It covers sick pay schedule, notification of illness, and unused sick leave._ h4. Subject: Paid Absences h4. Organization: Anonymous h4. Example of: Progressive Policy h4. A. Illness Sick Pay Schedule a. Employees with over one year of service ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Employment at Will/Applications Policy

    _The **Employment at Will/Applications policy** is an affirmation by the employer, as well as the employee, that either has the right to terminate employment at any time, with or without cause; and that no offer of employment is valid unless made in writing and signed by the Company president and the perspective employee._ h4. Subject: Employment at Will/Applications h4. Organization: Anonymous ...
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    Employment Agreement Policy

    _The **Employment Agreement policy** is an agreement between the Company and the employee stating, in writing, the wage/salary, dates of payments, dates of acceptance, and job title. It further acknowledges that the employee received an employee handbook, and agrees to comply with it and any other rules. Neither the handbook, practices, nor any communications create an employment contract or term. The ...
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    Family and Medical Leave Policy

    _The **Family and Medical Leave policy** states that an employee is eligible to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid family/medical leave within any 12-month period and be restored to the same or an equivalent position upon the employee’s return from leave provided he/she: (1) has worked for the company for at least 12 months, and for at least 1,250 hours ...
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    Flextime Policy

    _The **Flextime policy** states that the Company seeks to establish the place and hours of work that make the best use of our employees’ knowledge, skills, abilities, and time. The Company offers various alternative work schedules. These alternatives are flextime, compressed workweeks, part-time schedules, job-sharing, and working at home. A flextime schedule may be created to accommodate a person with a ...
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    Gambling Policy

    _The **Gambling policy** states the Company’s view on gambling, what it considers gambling, and what is exempt from that definition. It also states the recourse for violations and warns of inspections of employee equipment and workspaces for evidence of gambling._ h4. Subject: Gambling h4. Organization: Anonymous h4. Example of: Standard Policy Gambling is not permitted on Company property during work hours, ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Privacy Policy

    _The **Privacy policy** explains that employees are not to have any expectation of privacy with respect to any material on company or client property. It further explains privacy as it relates to computer, e-mail, voice mail, facsimiles, and the like._ h4. Subject: Privacy h4. Organization: Anonymous h4. Example of: Standard Policy Employees are expected to make use of company or client ...
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    Promotions Policy

    _The **Promotions policy** seeks to hire or promote the individual best qualified for the position. The supervisor will review and update the job analysis and job description for the open position and recommend the salary range. If none exist, they will be created in accordance with the policy on job analyses, job descriptions, and compensation. HR will review the material prepared ...
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    Reference and Requests for Information Policy

    _The **Reference and Requests for Information policy** states that all inquiries regarding a present or past employee are to be referred to the Human Resources Department. Only factual information concerning an employee will be released. This information may be confined to confirming that the individual was employed with the company, the dates of employment, the position held, and the job description. ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: -1
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    Retirement Policy

    _The **Retirement policy** aids the employee who plans to retire. It states what actions (formal or informal) the company will take on the occasion of a retirement starting at age 62._ h4. Subject: Retirement h4. Organization: Anonymous h4. Example of: Standard Policy h4. Purpose: To aid the employee who plans to retire, we have established a retirement plan which offers the ...
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    Sexual Harassment Training Policy

    _The **Sexual Harassment Training policy** provides information on training to all employees, hourly and salary. Initial training using a videotape, handouts, fill-in-the-blank, and open-book test is recommended. Follow-up training should also be provided. The policy lists areas to be covered in training. A copy of the signed and dated test will be placed in the employee’s file._ h4. Subject: Sexual Harassment ...
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Poll: How do you feel about crying at work?

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