Introduction to The Employee Handbook policy
This template works as a simple introduction to the Employee Handbook from someone in a senior position, along with some background about the organisation.
Introduction to The Employee Handbook
[Company] was founded in [date] by [founder] with the main aim of [describe why the company started]. We have grown steadily since then, and currently our main products / services are:
[Describe the products / services in bullet points, or in a paragraph]
We have a workforce of around [number] staff based in our company buildings in [location(s)].
[You can get more information on our website at (www.company.com)].
Our aim in producing this Handbook was to create a one-stop information point where you would be able to access all the information you are likely to need in relation to your employment with us. The Handbook and corresponding policy documents form part of your contract of
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8 March 2021
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Probation periods give you the opportunity to assess new recruits on the job
Induction is an essential part of on boarding your new recruits and familiarising them with your organisation
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
Employee referencing documents
References are an incredibly important factor of recruitment for one main reason; they validate (or not) what the candidate has put on their CV and told you during selection