Columbus Custom Carpentry Case Study

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ToTal REwaRds EmployEE Handbook Columbus Custom Carpentry: Employee Handbook By Douglas Reys, SPHR Project team Author: SHRM project contributors: Douglas Reys, SPHR Bill Schaefer, SPHR, CEBS Nancy A. Woolever, SPHR External contributor: Copy editing: Design: Sharon H. Leonard Courtney J. Cornelius, copy editor Jihee K. Lombardi, graphic designer © 2010 Society for Human Resource Management. Douglas Reys, SPHR For more information, please contact: SHRM Academic Initiatives 1800 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA Phone: (800) 283-7476 Fax: (703) 535-6432 12-0761-EH Columbus Custom Carpentry: Employee Handbook HISTORY Columbus Custom Carpentry is a family-owned company founded in 1946. While our product line has changed…show more content…
To be eligible, an employee must have been employed for 90 days. The enrollment period is in December of each year, with coverage effective January 1. The plan can be dropped at any time. Travel Accident Coverage Employees traveling on business overnight or more than 400 miles from the office are covered by an additional $400,000 of life insurance. © 2010 society for Human Resource Management. douglas Reys, sPHR 9 VACATION, HOLIDAY AND TIME-OFF BENEFITS Vacation and Holiday Benefits Vacations and holidays are some of our most popular benefits. All employees are eligible; persons working part-time receive prorated benefits. Benefits are set by length of service as of January 1, according to the following schedule: Years of Service < 1 year 1 year 5 years 10 years Vacation Weeks Prorated (by months of service/12 x 2 weeks) 2 weeks 3 weeks 4…show more content…
The company will make gloves available at no cost to employees. Employees may choose to supply their own gloves if desired. Employees in preprocessing are required to wear gloves. Foot Protection Steel-toed safety shoes are required by all employees working in the plant. Office personnel who visit the plant must also wear approved safety shoes except in green zones indicated by floor paint. If in doubt, ask! Respiratory Protection Where feasible, exposure to air contamination will be controlled by filtering the source of the contamination and by ventilation. If this is not possible, respiratory protection equipment may be required. Employees required to wear respiratory protection in their jobs must comply with all OSHA requirements. Employees in other areas may choose to wear respirators as needed. The company will provide respirators and dust masks. 14 © 2010 society for Human Resource Management. douglas Reys, sPHR Safety and Workers’

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