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Policy document template pack

A collection of employment-related policies are often known as an Employee or Staff Handbook. They will normally include information about company culture, policies, and procedures, and are key to ensure that employees understand what is expected of them, and general company standards of performance.

Policies provide you with a framework to manage your staff consistently and fairly. Use my templates to help you create policies that are relevant to your organisation and which promote good practice. Myguidance is informed by research and the latest legislation.

You can create your own bespoke handbook by using some or all of the policies in this section; those that are important for your industry/organisation/situation.

Whats included in this pack?

All 63 documents listed below with unlimited downloads for 12 months from the date of purchase. You will benefit from free updates to these documents and any new documents as and when they are added to this pack.

Absence and attendance policies

Absence policies allow you to promote your company culture and values in terms of how you approach absence management.

They are an opportunity to highlight:

  • How you approach work-life balance
  • How you handle employees with an unreasonable level of absence
  • How you support everyone to be healthier and provide good employee wellbeing

By addressing these subjects in a formal policy, you will set out good expectations at an early stage, and it will allow you to deal with any issues reasonably and effectively.

Code of conduct policies

Every company should have a code of conduct outlining how employees are supposed to interact and behave while at work. By setting rules and expectations, employees know how to act at work and can be more successful in their roles.

A code of conduct, also called privacy and code of conduct, are the policies and rules both employees and employers must adhere to. These guidelines outline how people should appropriately interact with one another at work. 

Why is a code of conduct important?

  1. It demonstrates a company's values

  2. It provides guidelines for behaviour

  3. It helps the Company to act within the law

  4. It helps to improve and maintain employee morale

  5. It enables Companies to measure employee success

Contract policies

Model policies to help you create and maintain legally compliant rules for your organisation on contracts.

Equal opportunities policies

It is against the law for a company to discriminate against anyone on the grounds of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, pregnancy, maternity, race (which includes colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins), sexual orientation, religion or belief, or because someone is married or in a civil partnership. Similarly if your employees discriminate against a colleague or customer your company could be held vicariously liable for their acts, and be responsible for paying the compensation or damages to the victim of the discrimination.

Expenses, travel, gifts and memberships policies

Model policies to help you create and maintain legally compliant rules for your organisation on expenses, travel, gifts and memberships.

Terminating Employment policies

Model policies to help you create and maintain legally compliant rules for your organisation on terminations.

Training and development policies

Model policies to help you create and maintain legally compliant rules for your organisation on training and development.

Wellbeing policies

Model policies to help you create and maintain legally compliant rules for your organisation on wellbeing.

COVID-19 documents

Organisations must adapt to changes to ensure that the threat of COVID is reduced.

Investigation documents

Undertaking an investigation will often be required as part of a disciplinary or grievance process.

Parental leave documents

Statutory leave for family reasons is a complicated area where the law has changed frequently in recent years and, as an employer, it is important that your policies and procedures are kept up-to-date.

Wellbeing policies

Model policies to help you create and maintain legally compliant rules for your organisation on wellbeing.