PPT Policies (Ela) - Starbucks Pride • Best Practices •...

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Policies Attendance and Punctuality Benefits (Financial and Non-financial) Diversity Complaint and Concern Reporting Compliance and Ethics
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Attendance and Punctuality Report timely Clock in no more than 5 minutes before scheduled time. Clock in no later than scheduled time. Management approval required Best Practices Mandates do not equate with compliance Promote wellness programs
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Benefits “Perks” Benefits For all employees Part-time and Full- Time Insurance Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability (short, long-term), Accident Financial Best Practices Non-financial perks are an investment in employees Comprehensive benefits package Accessibility to all employees
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Diversity Diversity Foster understanding, respect, appreciation for difference Networks and forums for employee participation:
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Unformatted text preview: Starbucks Pride • Best Practices • Awareness adds to understanding • Self-learning modules do not promote a culture of understanding Complaint and Concern Reporting • Complaint and Concern Reporting – Zero tolerance for retaliation and interference • Reporting Mechanism – Telephone • Anonymous reporting • Best Practices – Strong Internal Reporting Mechanism – Culture to Speak Up • Builds trust • Empowers employees Business Ethics and Compliance • Business Ethics and Compliance – Identify the issue, identify possible solutions, seek input, determine if consistent with mission/vision, follow through. • Expectations • Best Practices – Solid program promotes “good” – Leadership transparency – Two-way communication flow – Consistency...
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2011 for the course HRM 5030 taught by Professor Janegibson during the Summer '11 term at Nova Southeastern University.

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