How to Write an Employee Handbook
(Course Code: HR190520)
Date: 2019.05.20 (Mon)
Time: 9:30am - 5:30pm
Venue: 21/F., Gala Commercial Center, 56 Dundas Street, Kowloon
Language: Cantonese, writing a Chinese Employee Handbook
*Discount for payment settled on or before 29 April 2019, or 3 delegates enrol together.
Employee Handbooks are essential for employers in today's litigious environment. They are the number one most important tool that an employer can have for ensuring that policies are enforced properly, that personnel matters are handled consistently, all while legally protect itself from future liability. However, how should a complete employee handbook be written?
Upon completion of this course, the participants should be able to
protect your company from the top mistakes that employers make in drafting employee handbooks
know what are the essential policies that your employee handbook should contain
know which common policies can be illegal
know what are the key disclaimers and qualifiers every handbook must contain
know how to avoid using language that can give rise to claims of breach of implied contract
know what are the most frequently missing, incorrect, or incomplete topics in employee handbooks
Who Should Attend
HR manager, supervisor, or anyone needs to write the employee handbook
1. What is the objective of an Employee Handbook and what is it for?
2. The content of the Employee Handbook
A. Introduction to company mission, vision, core values
B. Recruitment and employment contract management: recruitment policy
C. Working hours and leaves
D. Disciplinary and grievance procedures
E. Prevention of workplace accident and Employment compensation
F. Staff training and development
3. The key points to be taken when writing an Employee Handbook?
Participants can bring an existing employee handbook for reference so that questions can be discussed more effectively.
Participants who successfully complete this course and have 80% attendance will be issued a Certificate of Attendance
BA (Hons) Social Science (Policy)
HR & Corporate Trainer
Having many years practical experience in settling monetary disputes between employees and employers. Handled over 5000 phone calls. Currently, she is a HR & Corporate Trainer and the columnist for Recruit HR corner.
Her clients come from universities, NPO, NGO and private companies. Just to name a few, such as:
Hong Kong Baptist University
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Tuen Mun IVE
Hang Seng Management College
Hong Kong Society for the Blind
Aberdeen Kai-fong Welfare Association
Yan Oi Tong YES Program
The Hong Kong FYG Continuous Learning Centre
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