Employee Packet

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  • New Employee Packet for Human Resource Management
  • Provided at start of employment to help streamline the on-board
  • Phases are Onboarding, Initial Development & understand of Job

Employee Packets



Does your company provide state-of-the-art employee packets? If not, it’s time to consider using them. Employee packets do more than help protect companies from legal issues. They motivate and inspire workers to do their best at all times. More and more business owners are realizing that employee packets are not paperwork. Instead, they are keys toward ensuring workers follow all rules and regulations. Sure, packets can help new-hires get acclimated. But high-quality packets are for more than new-hires. Plus, they focus on so much more than acclimation. The packets are about getting winning business results on a consistent basis. So, are you ready to learn more about employee packets? Let’s continue.



What Are Employee Packets?



The concept of an employee packet is very simple. It is a brochure or booklet that you give an employee to sign. This can apply to both new-hires and seasoned workers. The packet contains a set of rules and regulations for the employee to follow. It can also feature other information such as company requirements and expectations. Each employee has to sign the packet before he or she can start (or continue) working. This prevents employees from saying, “I didn’t know about that,” when something goes wrong. Plus, the packet can serve as evidence an employee violated conditions of employment. After all, the conditions get written into each packet. That is why getting an employee’s signature on a packet is so important. 



Why Are Employee Packets Important?



Having high-quality employee packets is crucial for both small and large companies. Without a packet of information, it is difficult to convey expectations to workers. But using an employee packet will make your expectations very simple and obvious. Once an employee acknowledges the packet and signs it, then there’s an official agreement. That agreement can last as long as the signee works at a company. 

The packet can also contain relevant forms and documents about the employee’s job. This will do more than streamline your on-boarding process. It will help illustrate the culture of your company to both new-hires and current workers. In fact, don't make the mistake of assuming employee packets are only for new-hires. They are important for managing workers of any level of experience. Plus, the packets can help your staff adhere to employment and labor laws. Quality employee packets assist business owners while mitigating worker-related disputes.



We Build Custom Employee Packets



We pride ourselves on building custom employee packets. We create them for a diverse range of businesses across the United States. From small mom-and-pop stores to large corporations. We have worked with clients across a broad spectrum of industries. From IT companies to martial arts academies. Our team believes that each clients’ business is unique. That’s why each packet that we create is 100% unique. How do we make our packets so one-of-a-kind? It’s simple: we listen. 

Our team of experts make the effort to listen to every client. Through listening, we observe the culture of every business. We write down what employers expect out of each sector of their respective companies. And we make sure that all regulations and policies within the packet get adhered to. Next, we develop a draft and provide it to the client. The client then informs us of what to change. We then finish the writing process of the packet and apply appealing graphic design. 

So, what’s the end-result of our packet-building process? It is the creation of a one-of-a-kind employee packet. It’s a series of connected documents. The content illustrates everything that your employees need to know. We never waste our clients’ time or money with unneeded words or paragraphs. Instead, our employee packets are straight-to-the-point. This is so important messages and directives are 100% clear for every worker. 



Contact Us Today About Our Custom Employee Packets



Are you interested in our firm helping you build custom employee packets? If so, please give us a call right now. Our experts can provide you with any information you need. Plus, we will listen to you and provide as much guidance as we can. Our mission is not to create an employment packet for you. It is to serve as your lifeline that helps enable your employees to do their best at all times. We look forward to ensuring that your company will prevent and address non-compliance.

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