These templates comprise basic compliance policies and guidelines for a growing organization to help build a stable foundation.
They must be customized according to local context. If adopted, they should be understood and followed by all staff and volunteers.
People are our most valuable assets. Documenting human resources (HR) policies will help to ensure that our people are treated fairly, know what is expected of them and are assured that the organization is following employment laws. It’s also important to lay the foundation for growth; waiting until your organization has grown to the point where you think you need a human resources policy means you have waited too long.
HR policies clarify the roles, decision-making processes, authority and responsibilities for recruiting and managing staff. As with other policies, the goal of the HR policy is to provide structure and consistency.
A comprehensive HR policy can be used as: