Code of Employer-Employee Relations
Many employers introduce their
personnel policy manuals or
with statements expressing managementís intention to create a pleasant and
productive work environment. Instead of using a code of employer-employee
relations, some organizations prefer to introduce their handbooks and manuals
with a mission statement that emphasizes their commitment to providing quality
products and customer service. Usually, the mission statement includes a
reference to the employerís intention to reward employees for their
contributions to the organization.
This policy discusses:
∑ Codes of Relations vs. Mission Statements
∑ Addressing Union Intervention
∑ Clarifying Goals Statements
∑ Expected Employee Behavior
∑ Business Ethics
∑ Management Rights
∑ Protection for Concerted Activities
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particular use. However, the policies may not be used to create or update
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words, you canít create policies or handbooks to offer to other organizations,
either for profit or free of charge. This would be considered a direct violation
of our copyright.
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