This range of UK employment polices deal with data protection to equal opportunity within the work place.
This model IT and computer use policy helps prevent the misuse of computers and other IT systems within your business by employees, including e-mail systems, Internet and other communication systems.
Comprehensive drugs and alcohol policy which aids compliance with health and safety legislation as well as acting as a warning to employees about the consequences of drug and alcohol misuse.
The Fire Safety Policy ensures that essential fire procedures are made known to staff.
A comprehensive Non-Smoking Policy designed to integrate lasting effects in the workplace. Aids in compliance with health and safety legislation as well as promoting a healthier work environment.
This comprehensive policy helps ensure that employees know procedures and obligations during periods of unplanned absence, whether due to sickness or some other reason.
In this document we include a template equal opportunities and non harassment policy and extensive guidance on implementing it within your business.
This data protection policy sets out to your staff how your business complies with the UK Data Protection Act and in turn, how both staff and employer should use data collected and processed in the course of business.
This policy provides employers with a concise statement including quantifiable aims relating to the company's operational standards in order to protect the environment.
This comprehensive whistleblowing policy aids compliance with employment law and encourages employees to raise concerns they may have regarding malpractice, helping to promote an honest working environment.
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