difference between a policy and a law. Policy is a simpler version of law for a
business, group or management. It is listed so that members of the group may
follow to achieve a certain standard. Some contains procedures to be followed
thoroughly by certain people with specific roles in a business, group or
management. These are set by the leader or manager or whoever reigns under a
group. Policy is somehow like law, but those who are under policy can choose to
follow it or neglect it, but like law it can be punishable by the management.
Policies are like a set of rules made by a company or management for the employees
to follow but still follows the law. Policies are written in paper which are
then documented and has a possibility that may lead to laws. They are explained
then implemented by the management or leaders and are required to be followed
to achieve a certain standard for the betterment of the business.
laws are a wide set of rules of sorts for a nation to follow. Laws are
implemented to regulate the actions of the individuals under the country. It is
set to give protection of an individual or gives punishment to those who do not
abide to it, disrespect it, abuse it and break it. Following the law is a must
under a certain country. Laws implement justice to the injustice. A law is
formal rule, while policy is an informal rule that may be able to lead to new
creation or addition of laws. Laws are created through a system designed for it
and are created for the betterment of the country.
conclusion a policy is like a sub law of a law which can either be followed or
not. While a law, by means, must be followed by an individual while the
individual stands at the land of a country. Those who break or neglect the
policy or law are punishable. Whereas people who break a policy can or can not
be punished by the leader or company manager. While those who break the law are
taken to court to weigh the weight of the broken or neglected law. And is
punishable depending on the degree of how heavy the opposition is.