Every time there's a policy change, a new or revised material is distributed to employees and inserted into the binder or posted on the intranet. Eventually, that overstuffed binder looks a lot like your closet-crowded, disorganized and hill of things that are out of date or that no longer suit you. That was the situation a large real estate management company found itself in a couple of years ago. The company had an employee manual that had grown over the years to exceed 100 pages. A review of the manual determined that the entire document was unwieldy and hard to use. The solution was to review the manual completely, revise or delete outdated information, and divide it into three separate documents: a policy manual, a code of conduct, and a guide to pay and benefits. The result was a useful series of documents that employees at all levels could appreciate.
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