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EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK ESSENTIALS: SOCIAL MEDIA

Social media is an essential marketing and branding tool easily accessible to businesses. The ability to connect and engage with your audience can be a significant role in business strategy. Leveraging their employees’ social media networks holds great potential to tap into an even larger audience too. Executives, managers and front-line workers all have unique…

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EMPLOYEE HANDBOOKS FOR AGENCIES

Many agencies have a reputation for being a revolving door. High turnover can hurt employee morale, and ultimately the bottom line. Having an employee manual to address topics like working hours and onboarding protocols can improve employee satisfaction, and reduce turnover. Below are some unique topics to cover for agency-specific employee handbooks.   Working Hours…

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SHOULD YOUR COMPANY SHARE YOUR EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK PUBLICLY?

Some employers’ handbooks are available publicly, (i.e. shared online), while others are circulated internally only, and closely guarded. Why is this? Much of the information covered in your employee handbook is consistent across many organizations. However, some organizations keep this manual private to ensure competitors cannot access internal policies or proprietary information, as well to…

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EMPLOYEE HANDBOOKS FOR RETAIL

Like with any business, an employee handbook is a great way to introduce new hires to your retail company.  In an industry known for high turnover, this is of particular importance in order to ensure that decisions from the top are communicated at every level, and to every new hire. An employee handbook is an…

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TOP 5 EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK FAQs

Employee handbooks are a powerful tool for your organization to utilise – if you do it properly. Based on the feedback we’ve received we compiled a list of answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding the creation of this vital company manual: Are Employee handbooks required by law? No, employee handbooks are not required…