Category Archives for "Policy Management"

How do you know if your new employees have read and understood key documents?

How do you know if your new employees have read and understood key documents?When a new employee joins your organization a smooth onboarding process will ensure they transition to their role effectively. The new employee will want to complete the onboarding process quickly so they can begin their new role. You want to ensure they […]

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5 Reasons to use SharePoint for Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Management

5 Reasons to use SharePoint for Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) ManagementIt is fair to say that with the highly regulated world we live in, for many industries, a good Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) management system and approach is the key to achieving regulatory compliance. When people are looking to implement or improve their SOP management system, […]

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How to make sure your team read and sign documents without using paper.

How to make sure your team read and sign documents without using paper.The notion of a paperless office has been around for years. Yet, even in the era of collaborative technologies (such as SharePoint), mobile devices and information overload, we still don’t seem able to stop signing paper.The process of reading and signing our important […]

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17 HR Policies every organization should have

17 HR Policies every organization should haveGetting your HR processes and employment policies right is essential. After all, most organizations need people to perform services or create products. Ensuring the right people with the right skills (or enthusiasm to learn new ones) are chosen is key to success. This post written by Virginia Ripley, HR Practitioner, […]

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Process, Procedure or Policy

Differences between Process, Procedures and PoliciesProcesses, procedures and policies are the guidelines that a company follows to make sure they are operating in a way that is both effective and safe. Every business needs them, however, sometimes it can be confusing as to where one starts and another ends. Often businesses muddle up their use […]

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