Competition for resources, expanding service demands, and calls for accountability are just a few of the issues challenging the more than two million nonprofit organizations in the United States to maximize their effectiveness and efficiency in order to survive.
To help nonprofits create an effective work environment, Human Resource Policies and Procedures for Nonprofit Organizations provides a reliable framework for developing sound human resource management policies and procedures that will improve an organization’s recruitment, motivation, and retention of a qualified workforce. This comprehensive resource also guides organizations in reducing the risk of lawsuits and claims by offering accessible knowledge of relevant laws and advice for implementing good employment practice policies for paid employees, volunteer workers, and outsourced work.
Human Resource Policies and Procedures for Nonprofit Organizations’s user-friendly explanations covering critical human resource policies and procedures are amply supplemented with examples of related forms and auxiliary information. Scores of included sample policies, procedures, and forms are easily adaptable to any size nonprofit organization. Extensive checklists are also provided to ensure a proper, step-by-step implementation process.
Nonprofit executive directors, boards of directors, and managers responsible for human resource functions will turn to Human Resource Policies and Procedures for Nonprofit Organizations time and again for authoritative material on:
About the Author
- Organizational policies and procedures
- Nondiscrimination and affirmative action
- Recruitment, hiring, and termination
- Employment conditions
- Volunteer policies
- Client service policies
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’s published in such publications as The NonProfit Times and The Chronicle of Philanthropy, among others.