Company Policy

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POLICY DOCUMENT TEMPLATE FOR STAFF

STAFF HAND BOOK

Dear colleague,

Welcome to Eye Foundation Hospital Group We are thrilled that you have decided to join the eye foundation healthcare team. For what I hope will be an exciting and rewarding career.
We pride ourselves on being a Healthcare organization that offers, its patients, employees and customers alike effective service delivery and excellent patient care from the rest of our competitors. Making that difference to our patients, and customers is where you come in; because it is thanks to you that our patients will receive a service which is better than the rest.
Eye Foundation Hospital is a world class eye specialist hospital with eye centers in major locations within the country including Lagos, Abuja and Ijebu with a total of 6 Centers namely Eye Foundation Ikeja , Deseret Eye Clinic Ikeja, Eye foundation Victoria Island, Eye foundation Abuja, Eye Foundation Ijebu and Deseret Community Vision Institute Ijebu, Eye foundation prides itself on efficient and effective service delivery to all patients and visitors alike.

One of our principal objectives is to become an admired and best practice employer within the healthcare sector in Nigeria. To achieve this we commit ourselves to several core practices in how we recruit and manage our people. • Recruitment and promotion solely on merit • Remuneration that is clear , fair and performance-oriented • Communicating openly and honestly with our people • Absolute integrity required from each of our people and all our business dealings • Development of our people’s careers and personal fulfillment, through careful recruitment, performance management, active career development and succession planning.

We are determined to make ourselves a best practice Nigerian employer, a successful Health care provider and a Nigerian…...

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