Answered By: Edward Bilodeau
Last Updated: Oct 07, 2016     Views: 44

Most companies don't publicly list their internal policies. However, you may be able to find small pieces of information searching through several sources:

  • Search Google for company name and "human resource policies" or "hr policies" and filetype:pdf or filetype:doc ; this will locate if any documents have been posted on a website etc.
  • Search the company in the Career Insider-Vault guides. See employee reviews and Vault commentary on working at the company. Note:you'll need to create a separate account with Vault. 
  • Finding company job postings. See company's website, major job boards like Monster.ca etc., as well as do a Google search for company name and "job posting"
  • If it's a Canadian company, see SEDAR. Search your company name and then locate their 'annual information form'. This often contains small pieces of HR-related information.
  • Search news and magazine articles in Business Source Complete and Proquest Central to see if a journalist has written about the company

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