IPVMU Certified | 11/04/15 04:07pm
In the US, going right to OSHA is helpful as they publish a full slate of sample workplace policies and programs.
Even if you pay for someone's boilerplate (ie: JJ Keller) they are going to essentially pull info from this same resource.
Who do you use for payroll processing? Back when I had an installation/storefront business my payroll company (Paychex, IIRC) helped write our company handbook. They basically had a template for most common things, and then you could easily customize specific clauses. (for example, I nixed the the "no weapons on premises" clause and ammended that to something along the lines of "valid CCW permit holders may carry on company premises" and added a clause that said "any time temperature reaches 95F will be declared Company Holiday (wasn't that common in MI, but when it was that hot out nobody wanted to work anyway)).
Thank you, I will take a look at OSHA and reach out to my payroll processor.
Nelly Security | 11/16/15 02:19pm
Look at your payroll company as someone else stated, they should have resources for you to create a handbook.