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Beyond Rewards is introducing the HR On-Call for small businesses. Program A - Small Business Support [fewer than 20 employees] with one point of contact:

  • Unlimited phone calls for HR Support Questions between the hours of 830 a.m. and 430 pm. addressing such things as: General Human Resources, Health and Safety, AODA—Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act

PLUS:

¨ A compliant Contract of Employment and

A compliant H&S Policy Statement

¨ Guidebooks

¨ A guidebook on recruitment available upon re-quest

¨ Access to documents, letters and templates

¨ One online training module–HR for the Non-HR Manager

¨ Preferred rates for human resources and health & safety consultancy at a Discount dependant on project of an additional 5% in addition to the 10% CWCC Chamber Discount)

¨ Monthly Newsletter of Legislative Updates

¨ Discounted rates for Training online and work-shops

New Members to this program will receive a $200.00 voucher towards a workplace health and safety audit.

A program is also available for organizations with less than 50 employees. Call or email to inquire.

For more information, please contact us.

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Handbooks

The law does not require employers to adopt an employee handbook or human resource manual, but it does require certain policies be developed and distributed to staff, health and safety and pay equity depending on the size of the company. Polices will not be as clearly communicated if a handbook is not adopted. Managers and employees will need to rely on the company's institutional memory to ensure that policies are consistently applied. Verbal communication of company policies carries no proof that employees were notified of the rules; this leaves the employer open to enforcement and even legal problems later. Work policies and expectations also take on more importance and are more likely to be followed when you publish them in an official handbook.

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