Human Resource Policies and Procedures for Nonprofit Organizations

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 20, 2004 - Business & Economics - 189 pages
Get the tools you need to build a successful human resource management system!

Learn about organizational policies and procedures, nondiscrimination/affirmative action, recruitment, hiring, termination, compensation, supervision, employment conditions, administration, and volunteer policies--the framework for developing a comprehensive human resource management system for paid employees, volunteer workers, and outsourced work. This practical guide has handy features like a customizable CD-ROM full of sample policies, procedures, and forms that can be easily adapted to individual nonprofit organizations of any size, and it uses checklists extensively, enabling you to perform a step-by-step implementation of a complete, up-to-date human resource management system.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1 Organization Policies
1
CHAPTER 2 Nondiscrimination
19
CHAPTER 3 Recruitment Hiring and Termination
33
CHAPTER 4 Compensation Policies
49
CHAPTER 5 Supervision
113
CHAPTER 6 Employment Conditions
119
CHAPTER 7 Administration
129
CHAPTER 8 Volunteer Policies
141
CHAPTER 9 Client and Client Services Policies
149
APPENDIX A The Human Resource Cycle of Activities
155
APPENDIX B Action Steps for Attracting and Retaining Quality Personnel
157
APPENDIX C Rate Yourself as a Volunteer Motivator
159
APPENDIX D Providing a Motivating Environment
161
APPENDIX E Administrative Simplification under HIPAA National Standards for Transactions Security and Privacy
165
INDEX
175
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CAROL L. BARBEITO is the founder and President of CLB & Associates, a consulting and training firm, since 1990. She has spent twenty-eight years as executive manager for a variety of nonprofit organizations, and for eighteen of those years she was an executive of organizations dedicated to building the capacity of other nonprofit organizations. She also founded the Applied Research & Development Institute International and served as its president for the 1990s. An international speaker on governance, human resource management, planning, resource development, capacity building, and applied research, she has published in such publications as the NonProfit Times and the Chronicle of Philanthropy, among others.

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