Developing Human Resources policies for your organization establishes expectations for how things are done. Policies keep your organization in compliance with legislation and offer protection from claims derived from a lack of transparency.
There are multiple steps to developing a set of HR Policies. Most importantly, a good set of policies is established because of an organizational need. Do you have a need that you’ve identified within your organizational for ‘written record of a workplace rule’? You may or may not know of a piece of legislation that would make a policy mandatory for your organization. HR Policies are created to ensure a standardized approach across your organization, working to eliminate confusion that impacts the level of work required to continue to see your organization grow.
"We hired Mohawk College Enterprise (MCE) to help us with our human resources needs. Carrie Deon (MCE's HR Generalist) was extremely helpful, knowledgeable and efficient. She helped us develop performance management tools, updated our personnel policies and put together an entire recruitment package. We look forward to working with Carrie and MCE again." - Sara Gill, Executive Director, Adult Basic Education Association.
MCE has extensive experience in developing HR policies for organizations. MCE has worked diligently to establish its own set of Human Resources policies that are universally accepted as well as adaptable to new workplace challenges and legislative changes. MCE will consult with you on areas where policies can be established, developing and drafting those policies, writing and reviewing procedures, to approving and implementing the new policies within your organization.