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HR Documentation and Policies Services Canada

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HR policies and documentation & why they matter

As an employer, you need to prioritize developing effective HR policies and employee documentation. HR policies set the standards, rules, and procedures for your business. While employee documentation ensures that your business is compliant with legislation and employee claims.

But for many small business owners, this process can be confusing.

Luckily, Peninsula has you covered with the knowledge and expertise needed to help draft professional HR policies and employee documentation for your business. We’ll handle your HR policies and employee documentation so that you can focus on running your business, not the paperwork. Peninsula takes the guesswork out of creating effective HR policies and employee documentation. Say goodbye to the days of hastily studying legislation or worrying about costly lawsuits.

HR policies and employment documentation simplified

Our experts work with you to understand your specific needs and develop employee documentation with your industry in mind. Additionally, we ensure every document we produce is compliant with employment standards legislation in your province. This keeps you compliant and protected.

Becoming a Peninsula client means that you can finally focus on running your business, not the paperwork. Over 5000 small businesses across Canada trust Peninsula to handle their employee documentation and HR policies. Give us a call and learn why.

As a Peninsula client, you will receive:  

  • Employee handbooks 
  • Risk assessments.  
  • Employee agreements. 
  • Safety handbooks.  
  • Employee contracts.  

As well as several helpful resources:  

  • Online OHS audits.  
  • Health & safety software.  
  • 24/7 access to our employer adviceline.  
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Clients Across Canada
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HR policies and employment documentation simplified

Our experts work with you to understand your specific needs and develop employee documentation with your industry in mind. Additionally, we ensure every document we produce is compliant with employment standards legislation in your province. This keeps you compliant and protected.

Becoming a Peninsula client means that you can finally focus on running your business, not the paperwork. Over 5000 small businesses across Canada trust Peninsula to handle their employee documentation and HR policies. Give us a call and learn why.

As a Peninsula client, you will receive:  

  • Employee handbooks 
  • Risk assessments.  
  • Employee agreements. 
  • Safety handbooks.  
  • Employee contracts.  

As well as several helpful resources:  

  • Online OHS audits.  
  • Health & safety software.  
  • 24/7 access to our employer adviceline.  
5000+
Clients Across Canada
9500+
Monthly Service Calls
24/7
Expert Advice Line

01Enjoy access to unlimited 24/7 employer advice

Whenever you run into an issue as an employer, our experts are there to help.

02Keep your documentation and HR policies up to date

Stay compliant by keeping documentation current with ever-changing legislation.

03An extension of your small business

Get access to your very own highly trained HR and OHS department.

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Ensure your HR policies & documentation are compliant

Your company’s employee documentation and HR policies must comply with legislation in your province that set the minimum standard for employment. Across Canada, you will find such legislation in each province.

Examples of this legislation include: 

Ontario: Employment Standards Act (ESA)

Alberta: Employment Standards Code (ESC)

Saskatchewan: Saskatchewan Employment Act (SEA)

Nova Scotia: Labour Standards Code (LSC)

These are just some examples of employment standards legislation in Canada. However, every province has their own. You must keep this in mind as you draft employee documentation and HR policies.

There are several other pieces of legislation that your business must comply with in Canada.

These policies set the standards for:

  • Accessibility
  • Pay equity
  • Workplace health & safety
  • Workplace violence and harassment

It’s important that you stay compliant with this legislation in order to prevent investigations, penalties, and fines. Fortunately, Peninsula has the expertise to help ensure you are compliant and protected with well-developed HR policies and employee documentation.

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Frequenty asked questions about HR policies & documentation

01
What is the importance of documentation for employers?

Documentation is required to ensure that your business runs smoothly and that you are compliant with legislation. Failure to do so can result in fines and penalties for noncompliance. 

02
What is the importance of HR policies?

HR policies are written documents which set the standard for your organization and how things are done within it. They give employees an understanding of what is expected of them. Procedures for leaves, vacations, training, etc., are guided by HR policies. 

03
How do HR policies differ from HR procedures?

HR policies set the standard for various elements of the organization (i.e. pay, vacation, training, etc). Meanwhile, procedures deal with how the goals of HR policies are met. For instance, your business may have a policy that requires performance reviews to take place every six months. The procedure would dictate how the meetings are conducted.   

04
What is an HR strategy?

An HR strategy is a plan that guides an organization’s approach to HR. Your HR strategy will determine the goals of your business’s HR efforts.

05
How long do you need to keep HR paperwork?

It’s important that you hold on to your HR paperwork for at least three years.

06
When to review your HR policies?

You should be regularly reviewing your company’s HR policies. Changes to organizational structure, an increase in headcount, and updates to pre-existing or new legislation, among other things, may require this.

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It can be confusing as a small business owner to keep up with ever-changing employment legislation. Peninsula Canada makes sure you’re compliant and protected.

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Have a question about our services?

Get in touch with a Peninsula Canada expert and find out how we can tailor our services to fit your needs.
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