Policies and procedures

Many aspects of employee conduct and performance are covered by workplace policies and procedures featured on HR Advance such as the Code of ConductPerformance and Misconduct PolicyAttendance and Absenteeism Policy etc.
Prepare policies that cover the various issues in your business, back them up with procedures (which are steps for implementing the policies in a practical way) and make sure they are widely publicised, explained to employees, and that employees clearly understand them.
Very small businesses may regard putting a bunch of policies together as onerous and unnecessary. However, court cases have held that even the smallest businesses should have policies in place. If you are not sure which policies are appropriate for your business, you should seek advice.

Conduct & Performance | General

The truth, the whole truth....and anything but the truth

By Mike Toten on 10th Oct 2018

On average, we lie about once every seven minutes, either by saying something that’s untrue or saying nothing when the truth really does need telling. In a business, lies can have a direct cost, a hidden cost and a snowball effect if they are allowed to continue.