• TEMPLATE: Sample Employee Manual Template

    $10.00
    Provide your employees with a master resource covering all company policies, procedures and responsibilities included in the running of your business. This all in one template provides a clean, professional layout with easy to fill sections covering everything from your company overview and mission statement to Performance Management, Code of Business Conduct and Human Rights. Expedite the process of outlining all key elements of your organization including the roles and responsibilities of all positions, as well as the required policies and procedures surrounding the work you do. *From Module 1 of HR Toolkit, purchase full Module here.
  • TEMPLATE: Human Resources Planning Checklist

    $3.00
    Are you asking the right questions when planning for the future needs of your business? The FPHRC’s HR Planning Checklist asks you the questions you need to address before taking action. These include questions like: What are the organization’s priorities (e.g., market share, revenues per customer)? What emerging directions or organizational changes will have an impact on HR issues (e.g., company expansion, higher-level skill requirements)? Is my plan consistent with other organizational policies such as our business plan and our HR manual? *From Module 2 of HR Toolkit, purchase full Module here
  • TEMPLATE: Mentoring Program Development Checklist

    $3.00
    Mentoring programs are an effective way to encourage growth, skill development and prepare for succession planning by encouraging employees take on leading roles among their colleagues and peers. This two-page package includes both a checklist of questions geared to prepare employees and mentors for the process as well as a sheet to track the action plan. Learning objectives are easily identified, as well as timeframes, methods of evaluation and mentor comments allowing your human resources team to easily determine effectiveness of mentoring candidates. Checklist Includes: Familiarize staff with informal training by using one-on-one coaching or on-the-job help sessions. Identify individuals that might benefit from a mentoring program. Introduce and explain the mentoring program by meeting with your employees in a workshop, seminar, or discussion-group setting. Meeting management suggestions. Collect information on potential candidates and determine appropriate matches based on similarities in employee interests and needs. Discuss how each person will benefit from the process. Set a time and place for the next meeting. Create an action plan. Allow the mentor and protégé to steer the process as it moves forward. *From Module 5 of HR Toolkit, purchase full Module here.
  • TEMPLATE: Sample Confidentiality Agreement

    $3.00
    Often positions require giving employees access to sensitive company information, policies and processes. This one-page template covers all the key elements a standard confidentiality agreement requires to enforce non-disclosure of confidential company information. Sections Include: Definition of Confidential Information Prohibited Uses Permitted Uses *From Module 3 of HR Toolkit, purchase full Module here.
  • Crisis Management

    $230.00
    Viable organizations need to be ready for emergencies because they are a fact of doing business. The worst plan is not to have any kind of plan at all, and the best plans are tested and adjusted so that they work over time. Fortunately, you do not need separate plans for fire, weather disasters, and all the different kinds of crises that can occur. One solid plan will help you to prevent, respond, and recover from all crises. This course will help you ensure your organization is ready to manage any kind of crisis.   Member price:  $184.00
  • TEMPLATE: Building a Retention Program

    $3.00
    Evaluate the effectiveness and value of various incentives, benefits, training, and other factors you can bring to an employee’s experience working with you. This five-page package breaks each down by cost, time, and business size. Package Includes: Commitment Strategies Involving Employees in Decision-Making Advance Employees using Fair and Objective Assessments Communicate Clearly Recognition Strategies Increasing job knowledge and skills Improving the Work Environment Offering New Challenges Increasing Self Confidence Compensation Strategies Profit Sharing Stock Purchase Plans Competitive Compensation Work-life Balance Strategies Flexible Schedules Telecommuting Coaching, Mentoring Pension Plan Professional Counseling *From Module 7 of HR Toolkit, purchase full Module here.
  • Workplace and Industrial Safety

    $199.00
    Worker safety is of premier importance. Food processing is often on an industrial scale with automated equipment and many potential hazards. Being aware and trained to deal with these potential hazards and workplace situations is critical for employee safety. This course will provide workers in the food processing industry with knowledge of the safety requirements necessary to ensure a healthy and safe work environment. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • Diversity Training – Celebrating Diversity in the Workplace

    $100.00
    More than ever, a workplace is a diverse collection of individuals proud of who they are: their gender, their sexual orientation, their religion, their ethnic background, and all the other components that make an individual unique. One of the challenges for workplace leaders is how to help these diverse individuals work as a team. We all know what happens to organizations that don’t have effective teamwork: they fail. And, failing to embrace diversity can also have serious legal costs for corporations. This course will give you ways to celebrate diversity in the workplace while bringing individuals together.
  • TEMPLATE: On-The-Job Demonstration Checklist

    $3.00
    On-the-job demonstrations are one of the most effective ways to teach best practice as well as safe handling of products and equipment in the workplace. They offer the ability to directly oversee an employee’s practical application of knowledge and skill when performing workplace duties. This Resource is an effective checklist for facilitators to verify all processes are being followed correctly and next steps for both trainers and employees are clear. Checklist Includes: Put employees at ease by establishing an informal atmosphere and using first names. Become familiar with the employees’ knowledge and skill base by watching them perform the task. Review with employees why the task is important. Demonstrate the task as you expect it to be performed. Make sure employees can see and hear what you are doing. Explain that you will first demonstrate the task as you would normally do it, and then repeat the demonstration more slowly, explaining each step. Ask employees questions at different stages of the demonstration. Use personal anecdotes or stories to reinforce key points. *From Module 5 of HR Toolkit, purchase full Module here.

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