Company policies and procedures ensure a safe, organized, convivial, empowering, and nondiscriminatory workplace. Policies protect employees from a free-for-all environment of favoritism and unfair treatment. Be careful not to create policies for every contingency, though, because management won't have the latitude to address individual employee needs. An overabundance of policies increases the likelihood that managers will apply them unequally and unfairly.
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