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August 13, 2022
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Is it time to get rid of all workplace policies and procedures?

After twenty-five years of telling employers that their first response to any workplace problem should be ‘draw up a policy’, it pains me to even suggest this; but what if we abolished all workplace policies and procedures? Yes, you heard me correctly – no policies for discipline and grievances, for handling sickness absence, menopause, mental health, flexible working, redundancies, emails, dress codes, discrimination etcetera. There are a few very credible reasons why it might be a good idea. Firstly, we simply have too many of them. They have burgeoned over recent decades. Many represent an organisational response to the 60…
Is it time to get rid of all workplace policies and procedures?

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