HRSS Employee handbook

By appointment you will receive our Employee handbook, with lots of useful information.

Purpose and goals of resource management

The purpose of the Employee Handbook is the company's ability to execute resource management acc. recognized human political systems. It shall in its review, make personnel working up against the personnel, able to take decisions and to hold attitudes that are sufficient to satisfy the requirements of the management system, QHSE policies and goals.

The manual should be a guidance in relation to the daily work of managers and employees. The manual should also reflect what is sensible and durable behavior in relation to other people, both internally and externally. It is therefore particularly important that managers and union representatives at all levels of the company sets itself well into the manual and from their position and role takes responsibility for the human resources policy can be realized.

The handbook is meant to be motivational and as guidelines for personnel policy. It is not a plan of action for the individual areas, but it will form the basis for further work on the different areas of the company's personnel policy. The guidelines thus helps to standardize key parts of the ongoing human resources management. It should also help to make the company attractive, among other things, in terms of recruitment of all categories of staff.

You will receive our HRSS Employee Handbook by employment.

Contents employee handbook:

Part 1 – General Employment Policies and Practices
The company's personnel policy guidelines (manual) should be an expression of corporate value, culture and management ability to achieve the business goals. The guidelines were not made in close cooperation between representatives of unions and employers, but has been prepared in good faith to ensure the staff and the owner in accordance with the management system in general. Representatives of the employees and the HSE will be involved in the annual audit of the manual.
Part 2 – Company policy’s
• Code of conduct, Introduction - UN Global Compact
• Substance AbusePolicy
• Supervisors’ Responsibilities
• Procedures for Reporting and Investigating
• Penalties for Violation of policy’s
Part 3 – Compensation
• Payroll Practices
• Registration of working hours
• Salary Deductions and Withholding
• Types of deductions allowed
• Maximum amount of deductions
Part 4 – Benefits
• General
• Medical Insurance
• Dental Service
• Workers’ Compensation Insurance
• Reimbursements and travel expenses
Part 5 – Holidays, Vacation and Other Leave
• Religious Observance
• Vacation
• Holiday / Vacation Pay
• Personal Leave / Wage permissions
• Sick Leave / Sickness benefits
• Notification Procedures
Part 6 – Miscellaneous
• Contract statements
• Leaving the Company
• Dispute Resolution
• Update of handbook and approval
• Confidentiality statement
• Signing of the contract versus approving HRSS Employee Handbook