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Dear All,
We are a new manufacturing company, and are in the process of developing the HR department for the company - we would like to know what are the list of documents that are needed to be created, circulated and maintained in an organization?
are Employee Handbook and code of conduct the same?
should these be created separately? what are the policies to be maintained?
Any help in this regard is highly appreciated.
Thank You.

From India, Kochi
Dear John,
The Employee Handbook & Code of Conduct is totally seperate title.
The Employee Handbook is related to complete contain about the company to aware the new entrant in the organization. On other side code of conduct is what should do employee in the company and wat shouldn't do.
Apart from this, since each and every co.'s policies are varies according to nature/type/kind of the business/services.
THanks & Rgds
National HR Manager

From India, Mumbai
Dear John
Please google the HR Manual and prepare for your company, start implementing Recruitment Policy, Leave Policy, Retrenchment Policy, Resignation Policy, Retirement Policy, Promotion Policy, Cadres of Staff and their Designation, Pay role structure, Performance Analysis, Annual Appraisal procedure, Disciplinary procedure, Office Code of Conduct, etc.
Please do it one by one and finish it. Even after decades whoever seeing the Manual you are preparing, should talk about you.
All the best

From India, Kumbakonam
Employee Handbook details all the rules and regulations concering Employee entitlements : leave policy; travel expense policy; advance policy; performance review policy; salary administration policy; medical check; canteen; transportation; etc;
Code of Conduct: will refer to what is expected on ethical conduct; what sort of declarations from individuals; gift policy; policy on transactions where there is a personal interest; sexual discrimination; whistleblower policy; etc;

From India, Hyderabad
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