A well-written and legal employee manual is the most effective way to inform employees about your workplace rules and prevent employment problems and misunderstandings in your construction business.
This Employee Manual consists of over 100 policies designed for the construction industry. You receive a word-processing document (in Rich Text Format, useable by most word processors). Select the policies that apply to your business, and delete the ones that don’t. Add specific information about your company where it applies – if you need help, we’ve provided examples.
Then print and distribute your new Employee Manual. We’ve included an Agreement and Acknowledgement Form for employee signature, along with 14 other specialized forms for your review and use.
Employee Policies Covered Include:
- Holidays, Vacation, Sick Leave and Personal Leave Policies
- Absenteeism and Tardiness
- Alcohol and Drug Policy
- Cellular Phones
- Conflict of Interest
- Customer Contact
- Customer Property
- Fighting, Threats and Weapons
- Gifts and Gratuities
- Good Driving Record
- Hazardous and Toxic Materials
- Jobsite Procedures
- Loans and Pay Advances
- Misuse of Property
- Personal Appearance and Behavior
- Salvage and Scrap Materials
- Job Abandonment
- and many more.
This Employee Manual was created specifically for the construction industry. Almost every situation or issue that may arise in your employee’s workday can be answered by referring to this document.
The Manual can be your company’s most powerful tool. Used correctly, it will accurately communicate your company philosophy, policies and procedures and answer almost every employment related question your employees could possibly ask.
The cost of a well-written Employee Manual is minuscule compared to the cost of dealing with an employee problem. Protect your business and your reputation, and make life easier for your employees. Let them know clearly what you will do for them, and what you expect them to do for you.
If you don’t already have an Employee Manual, it is time to get one and formalize your company’s policies and procedures. But don’t settle for the “one size fits all” manual. Your industry, organizational culture, company objectives, and workforce are unique. Use a manual that represents you and your business, and will be your shield of armor against future employment problems.