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Tue, 16 Mar 2010 13:50:10 -0500
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Hello, all -- Our HR department has been overhauling all their policies.
There is some discussion about the best way to provide employee access to
these policies.  We currently have a database of all hospital policies,
which allows for linking and cross-referencing of documents.  HR wants to
publish theirs as a single PDF "manual," with a linked table of contents.
So my question to you, just as a "convenience sample," is:

How do employees look up / access Human Resources policies at your
organization?

Print handbook / manual?

Online handbook / manual - e.g., one document with all policies in it?  In
this case, how do users navigate to the specific policy / content they need?

Individual policies posted on a website / teamsite / intranet?

Other?

Thanks!!  This will just give us some examples to consider.

-- 
Julie Stielstra, MLS
Manager, Knowledge Resource Library
Central DuPage Hospital
25 N Winfield Rd
Winfield, IL 60190
phone 630-933-4536
fax     630-933-4530
email jstielstra [ at ]  gmail.com

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