Policy Upload Form

To add your policy to the library, fill in this form...

We’ve made almost all of the questions “optional”, but the more you answer, the more likely it is that your policy will find its way to the people who need it most.

The RadHR staff team will review your upload before we publish it, so don’t worry too much about getting everything exactly right, it’s much better for policies to get shared and updated later than not shared at all.

Basic Policy Info

What is the name of this policy?

When naming the policy, it is useful to include both the policy area, such as “Pay policy,” and a brief description of its main feature or approach, such as “Socially just pay policy.”

A short summary of what this policy is, what it’s trying to do, and what makes it different. (For example: ‘This is a pay policy that aims to recognise staff members’ time as equal, while acknowledging that different people will have different financial needs, based on their individual circumstances and wider systemic issues.’).

Please add the policy text below. If that’s not possible, you can upload the policy as a file or provide a link where it can be accessed online. Keep in mind that we may need to format the policy. If you have any question or concerns, contact us!

Please upload your policy here. If the policy is already online somewhere, you can instead add a link to the box above…

Themes & Tags

Tick the policy themes that you think apply to this policy.

Please tick or add any tags, themes or features that would help identify the policy


Do you have any reflections on this policy? Is there anything that others need to be aware of if they’re going to use and adapt it, such as any necessary group structures to implement the policy? Is there anything about the process you used to develop the policy that is relevant to how it works (e.g. a collective process where everyone feels ownership of it)? Do you reference any particular laws that have changed since you wrote it or that you are aware might change? Do you think the demographics of your group (e.g. quite homogenous or quite mixed in terms of identities or life experiences) are important in terms of how well the policy works?

Please tick long this policy has been in use for



Would you be happy to communicate in our forum with other RadHR community members about how this policy has worked for you?

Please add links to any connected policies, and any information you have about how this policy is different / what changes have been made…


Have you uploaded a policy for this group/org before?

What is the group or organisation called? (If you’d prefer not to say, write ‘Anonymous’ and select ‘No’ in the question above.)

Please add a link to your group or organisation’s website, if you have one.

How many people are there in your organisation?

In terms of active members or staff…

What is your organisation’s turnover or income?

What type of organisation is it? You can check more than one…

What is your organisation’s structure?


  1. Any policy you upload to the RadHR Library will use a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0) license.
  2. This means that any other group or organisation can use your policy, as long as they follow the terms of the license. The terms are to: 1) attribute you with appropriate credit, 2) indicate whether any changes have been made from the original, and 3) share their policy under the same licence.
  3. You have the right to amend and update the policy, as well as to ask us to remove it from the RadHR Library. However, as long as any third party follows the terms of the licence, you cannot stop them using the policy. So while RadHR will remove your policy from the Library at your request—and ask that any derivatives of the policy remove the reference to the original—we will not be able to prevent other groups or organisations from continuing to use and promote it.
  4. Read more about all of this in our Privacy Policy.

Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

Is there anything else we should know?