Don't know when to review your policies and procedures?
You must review your policies regularly to ensure they remain current and useful
Your company's policies and procedures must be reviewed on a regular basis.
The Practical Guide to Human Resources Management explains that the review cycle may vary depending on the policy type and its scope, but you should do review them at least every three years. Unless a specific trigger requires an earlier review. Ideally, there shouldn't be more than five years between policy reviews.
Look out for these triggers to review your policy or procedures:
It's advisable to set review dates to allow adequate time for revision and approvals processes. Start the revision process at least six months prior to the revision due date.
Do you know the type of policies and procedures that must be reviewed?
Here are the 13 employment policies and procedures that you must review
Review these policies and procedures. Make sure you modify or remove any potentially discriminating clauses:
Knowing when to review your policies and procedures will help ensure they are up-to-date and compliant with labour legislation.
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