Appropriate consequences are described if staff are to be found noncompliant.

Consider a large hospital that uses a centralized human resources information system to make employee-specific information available to the hospital staff. This is not a system related to patient care.

Requirements:

Following the Four Steps for Writing Policy Documents in your Lesson Content for this week, write a policy document that could be used to dictate the acceptable use policy for a Human Resources Information System.  This is not a system related to patient care.
In order to earn full credit, this policy document should meet the following criteria:

  • The Four Steps for Writing a Policy Document are followed.
  • A clear description of a Human Resources Information System (HRIS) is included.
  • Statements defining how different types of employees (managers, regular staff, HR staff) will use the HRIS system are written using clear, unambiguous language.
  • Security measures that will be put into place to protect the employee data that is contained in the HRIS.
  • Appropriate consequences are described if staff are to be found noncompliant.

Your policy should include the following criteria:

  • Used policy and procedure format.
  • Free of spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors.
  • Written with original, not copied content.