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A board/staff handbook for women"s organizations

A board/staff handbook for women"s organizations

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Published by Women"s Program in Regina, Sask .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada
    • Subjects:
    • Women -- Canada -- Societies and clubs -- Handbooks, manuals, etc

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statement[editing, Heather Wood].
      ContributionsWood, Heather., Canada. Dept. of the Secretary of State of Canada. Women"s Program.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1908 .B63 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination6 v. in 1 :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL614993M
      LC Control Number96212112

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EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK Handbook Use and Purpose This employee handbook is designed to help employees familiarize themselves with important information about Nonprofit Network, as well as information regarding their HUMAN RESOURCE POLICIES EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK Board Approved 5/10/01 File Size: KB.

Board Organization and Membership Organization Chart of Board Roles and Responsibilities of Board Job Descriptions of Board Officers and Other Members Board Committees and Charters List of Board Members (their organizations, contact information, etc.) Board Member Biographies.

Board Operations Board Calendar Work Plans ("to-do" list for each. The Nonprofit Board Answer Book, with its accessible format of 85 questions and answers, addresses every conceivable challenge all nonprofit boards, as well as their key staff, must eventually confront―from ensuring that fundraising is on the board's radar to outlining how new board members should be oriented (to what, for many of them, is /5(30).

as appropriate. Your organization’s policies and procedures should become a reference document for you and all staff, volunteers and Board Members.

The handbook can serve as a guide for many different types of organizations. The terminology used throughout the material will vary based on the type of organization referenced. Each member of the Board should have a Board Manual, or Handbook, that contains the types of contents listed below.

Board members should be oriented to the contents, for example, during a Staff Organization and Data Organization Chart Job Descriptions Staff Address List Staff Information Form Personnel (Staff) Policies andFile Size: 33KB.

board approval, reviewing job descriptions, establishing a salary structure, and annually reviewing staff salaries, and reviewing the benefits package. In some organizations the board's Personnel Committee also acts as a grievance board for employee complaints.

Because difficulties can. This is the first pages of our page nonprofit employee handbook (manual) for both hourly and salaried employees. Our nonprofit employee handbook was drafted specifically for California by a licensed California attorney experienced in employment law.

Important Note: Federal and state rules and regulations are constantly changing, so it is. Revising or drafting policies is generally authorized by the chief staff executive or board of directors that designates a staff person or special task force to lead the project.

Some nonprofits have standing personnel or human resource committees charged with responsibility for the project. Compare current practices to the written policies.

Board member orientation is the process of educating board members about their roles, responsibilities, the organization, and how the board works. A thorough orientation gets a new board member engaged quickly and off to a running start.

The executive director may conduct the orientation or it may be performed by a longstanding board member. A Board of Directors is responsible for providing overall leadership and strategic direction for the nonprofit it serves. Board members are not owners of the organization, but rather stewards of its mission and resources.

A strong, inclusive employee handbook is an internal communicator's first opportunity to engage a new employee and get them onboard and in touch with the organizations mission, vision and values. As a new employee's first official touchpoint with the company, the employee handbook provides a chance for new employees to see what their experience.

classifications of different types of nonprofit organizations under Washington State law (see Part 2 of this Handbook for more information) and different types of tax-exempt organizations, one of which is for charitable organizations exempt under section (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code ofamended (also referred to.

An orientation handbook may focus only on the roles and tasks volunteers will be performing for your organization. These descriptions could be customized to each position or could serve as a general orientation handbook that all volunteers receive.

Orientation can also include videos volunteers can access remotely, or a group or individual meeting. A high quality employee handbook is vital to the health of your nonprofit organization.

Our template includes: Important information on why each aspect of the employee handbook is necessary; Thorough explanations on each item you should consider including in your handbook. • Board members have the right to call special meetings by submitting written requests and once requested, a meeting must be held within the 60 days following the organization’s receipt of the written request.

• Board members may bring court actions to contest activities that affect their rights and duties. This Employee Handbook is not a contract of employment. It was written to help you get acquainted our Company, to give you a brief explanation of our philosophy, and to outline some of our policies and procedures.

The Handbook will not answer all of your questions, but it will serve as a. {ORGANIZATION NAME} Employee Handbook © National Council of Nonprofit Associations May be duplicated, with attribution, by charitable organizations.

ii EMPLOYEE RECEIPT AND ACCEPTANCE I hereby acknowledge receipt of the {Organization Name} Employee Handbook. If you are involved in managing a membership-based nonprofit organization, it's important to make sure your group has a comprehensive handbook including details about all current policies and document should contain information relevant to the mission and management of the organization and be available to all members, either in a printed form or online.

Disqus’ Employee Handbook is split in two: one-half official legalese document and one-half culture book. By separating the employee handbook into two parts, the company is able to check all the formal legal boxes in the first section and communicate Disqus’ culture. United Methodist Women is the largest denominational faith organization for women with approximatelymembers whose mission is fostering spiritual growth, developing leaders and advocating for justice.

An employee handbook written/reviewed by a licensed attorney is a good legal step toward avoiding employment disputes. (Yes, just as you need a lawyer to write your estate plan, you’ll need a lawyer to craft/review your employee handbook.) Review your employee handbook regularly, as an out-of-date or poorly written handbook can leave the.

Joint Officer Handbook (JOH) Staffing and Action Guide Joint Staff, J-7 JETD 3rd Edition August   Prior to implementation, a draft of the employee handbook should be reviewed by a qualified employment lawyer.

It should then be reviewed and approved by the organization’s board of directors or trustees. Finally, the organization’s chief executive should be charged with ensuring the circulation and acknowledgment of the handbook.