HR Policy Templates
Over the last few years the employment relations arena has changed considerably for hospitality employers. In order to assist our Members keep up to date with employment relations practices and manage their staff, the AHA (NT) has collated ‘best practice’ human resource templates.
These templates must be tailored and made specific to your workplace, but should not be viewed as the only step for ensuring your workplace has the necessary policies and procedures.
A copy of your businesses' policies should be given to new employees on commencement of employment, as part of an induction kit and should be reissued to all employees when updated.
HR Policies Templates
No person should rely on the contents of these HR Policies without first obtaining advice from a professional person. The HR Policies are available on the terms and understanding that the AHA (NT) is not responsible for the results of any action taken on the basis of information in the HR Policies, nor for any error in or omission from the HR Policies. The information contained the HR Policies is of a general nature and must be adapted to your particular circumstances.
To the extent permitted by law, no warranty, representation or undertaking (express or implied), is given by AHA (NT)or its affiliates, officers, directors, employees or agents to any party in relation to the accuracy or completeness of information contained in the HR Policies or its fitness for any purpose at all.
To the extent permitted by law, AHA (NT) disclaims all liability for loss or damage (whether foreseeable or not and whether indirect or not) suffered by any person acting on the basis of the information contained in the HR Policies or arising as a consequence of the information in the HR Policies, whether such loss or damage arises in connection with any negligence, default or lack of care on behalf of the AHA (NT).