If your company’s most strategic effort to motivate employees is monetary, you may be missing the mark.
Do your employees enjoy coming to work? Do your employees feel valued? Are your employees committed to their role in the organization? Do your employees understand the mission of your organization? Are your employees proud to work for you? Take time to honestly assess your answers to the above questions.
Investment HR was recently quoted in the Denver Business Journal article “Not Everything is by the Book” By Weston Gentry. Here is an excerpt from the article: “Process mapping” is another way for companies to adapt to post-recession employee relations, said Patrick Johnson, human resources consultant and co-owner of Investment HR of Denver. Process mapping […]
Company Policy Series – Progressive Discipline Policy Sample The purpose of the Progressive Discipline Policy is to establish consistent guidelines to follow for addressing behavior that requires disciplinary action, and to provide a structured corrective action process to improve and prevent a recurrence of undesirable behavior, violations of company policies and procedures, and performance issues. […]
Company Policy Series – Business Ethics Policy Sample The purpose of the Business Ethics Policy is to communicate standards of professional conduct that all employees are expected to adhere to. The following is what a Business Ethics Policy could look like: “The successful business operation and reputation of ABC Company is built upon the principles […]
Company Policy Series – Drugs and Alcohol Policy Sample The purpose of the Drugs and Alcohol Policy is to establish and maintain a work environment that is free from the effects of drugs and alcohol, and to communicate the consequences for employees found to be in violation of the expectations listed in the policy. The […]
Company Policy Series – Dress Code Policy Sample The purpose of the Dress Code Policy is to provide a guideline for employees in terms of what is and what is not acceptable manner of dress in a business casual workplace. The following is what a Dress Code Policy could look like: “The Company’s official standard […]