Table of contents for Creating your employee handbook : a do-it-yourself kit for nonprofits / Leyna Bernstein.

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Introduction: How an Effective Employee Handbook Can Improve Your Organization
Part One: Starting Your Handbook Off Right1. Policies for a Good First Impression
Part Two: Presenting Clear Employment and Employee Development Policies
2. Employment and Hiring Policies
3. Employee Development
Part Three: Creating Well-Crafted Benefits Policies
4. Health, Wellness, and Employee Assistance
5. Paid Time Off
6. Unpaid Time Off and Leaves of Absence
Part Four: Developing Fair, Straightforward Policies for Workplace Standards and Practices
7. Work Hours and Pay
8. Workplace Health and Safety
9. Work Practices and Environment
10. Information and Communication
11. Standards of Conduct
Part Five: Clarifying End of Employment Policies
12. Ending Employment
A. List of Legally Required Policies
B. State by State Provisions for Selected Policies
C. Sample FormsEmployee AcknowledgementWritten Warning DocumentJob DescriptionPosition Description FormPerformance Evaluation Form
D. The Management Center Human Resources Assistance

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Employee handbooks, Nonprofit organizations Personnel management Handbooks, manuals, etc