To keep all the necessary information about your company nice and neat, prepare an employee handbook.
An employee handbook includes basic information, such as operating hours and official closure dates. It also includes details about employee pay, benefits, vacation/leave policies, and other compensation-related topics. You should also lay out behavioral expectations (e.g., dress code) and company policies regarding health and safety, harassment, employee assessment procedures, etc.
To make sure your policies and procedures abide by the law, hire an external HR consultant. If you can’t afford (or need, at this point) to pay for a full-time position, hire one on an hourly or contract basis. It’s worth the money, considering that an HR consultant can also help you with recruitment and onboarding.
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