Company-initiated Policies

1. Concept

Company-initiated Policies – refer to workplace policies and programs issued by the employer in the exercise of its management prerogative, i.e., discretionary policies, and thus not necessarily as required by labor law (cf. Mandatory Workplace Policies and Programs). So long as they are not contrary to laws, morals, good customs, or public policies, Company-issued Policies are valid and binding against both employer and employees.

Company-issued Policies may include, but are not limited:

• Breastfeeding Workplace Policy

• Code of Conduct and Discipline Policy

• Compensation and Benefits Policy

• Family Welfare Program

• Retirement Policy

• Social Media Policy

• Working Conditions Policy

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