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This Employee Handbook contains examples from Montana State Laws. Each practice should verify they are complying with their own state's laws. 

Contents

I.  INTRODUCTION

           {YOUR PRACTICE] Mission, Values &Vision v
1.01    Welcome to  {YOUR PRACTICE] 1
1.02    History of  {YOUR PRACTICE] 2
1.03    Our Practice Goals 2-3
1.04    Your Employment Relationship with  {YOUR PRACTICE] 3

II.  EMPLOYMENT POLICIES

2.01    Compliance with Employment Laws 4
2.02    Equal Employment Opportunity 4
2.03    Sexual Harassment and Other Discriminatory Harassment 5
2.04    Workplace Violence 6
2.05    Workplace Bullying 6-8
2.06    Email/Voice Mail/Facsimile/Other Electronic Communication 8-9
2.07    Life Threatening and/or Communicable Illnesses 9
2.08    New Employees 9-10
2.09    Employee Status 10
2.10    Transfers and Promotions 10-11
2.11    Employment of Family Members 11
2.12    Length of Service 11
2.13    General Policies Regarding Leaves (not covered by FMLA) 12
2.14    Compassionate Leave Policy 12-13
2.15    Jury Service 13
2.16    Military Leave 13
2.18    FMLA 14-15
2.19    Service Member Family and Medical Leave 16
2.20    Maternity Leave 16
2.21    No Recording Policy 17
2.22    Working From Home 17
2.23    OIG List 17

III. YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES 

Work Rules

3.01    Your Part 18
3.02    Corrective Counseling 18-19
3.03    Personal Conduct and Responsibilities 19-20
3.04    Confidentiality of Patient Information 20-21
3.05    Solicitation Rule 21
3.06    Our Practice's Ethics Policy 21
3.07    Conflict Of Interest And Outside Employment 22
3.08    Substance Abuse Policy 22

Health and Safety

3.09    Breastfeeding 22
3.10    Workplace Safety 23-24
3.11    Inclement Weather 24
3.12    Good Housekeeping 24
3.13    Personal Appearance 24-26
3.14    Accidents and Injury 26
3.15    Fire Prevention 27
3.16    Smoking Policy 27
3.17    Emergency Situation/Evacuation Guidelines 27-28
3.18    Compliance 28
3.19    OSHA 28-29

Security and Parking

3.20    Security 29
3.21    Firearms/Weapons 29
3.22    Visitors 29
3.23    Children in the Workplace 29
3.24    Personal Property 29-30
3.25    Parking Lot 30

Time and Attendance

3.26    Office Hours 30
3.27    Employee Hours 30
3.28    Time Keeping 31
3.29    Attendance and Tardiness 31
3.30    Reporting Off-Procedure 31-32
3.31    Non-Scheduled Time Off (Call Offs) 32-33
3.32    Overtime 33
3.33    Time Off without Pay 33

IV.  COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS

Compensation

4.01    Our Pay Policy 37
4.02    Your Payday 37
4.03    Should You Find An Error In Your Pay 37

Benefits

4.04    Holidays 37-38
4.05    Paid Time Off (PTO) 38-40
4.06    Training and Education Benefit 41
4.07    Group Insurance 41
4.08    Continuing Health Insurance Coverage (COBRA) 41-42
4.09    Workers' Compensation 42
4.10    Unemployment Insurance 42
4.11    Retirement Plan 42
4.12    Health Insurance Coverage for Retired Employees 42
4.13    Tuition Reimbursement 42-43

V. KEEPING IN TOUCH

5.01    Open-Door Policy and Problem Resolution 43
5.02    Employees' Suggestions 44
5.03    Bulletin Boards 44
5.04    Office Meetings 44
5.05    Your Personnel Record 44
5.06    Licensure, Registration and Certification 45
5.07    Community Relations 45
5.08    Performance Reviews 45
5.09    Should We Part Company 46
5.10    Grievance Procedure 46
5.11    Former Employees 46

VI. MISCELLANEOUS

6.01    Employment References 47
6.02    Physical Examinations 47
6.03    Complaints by Patients 47
6.04    Courtesy and Telephone Use 47-48
6.05    Patient Service Checklist 48
6.06    Attitude 48
6.07    Cellular Phone Usage 49 
6.08    No Company Representation 50
6.09    Driving Policy 50

VII. SUMMARY

7.01    Summary 51


Acknowledgment of Access to Employee Handbook 52

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