Human Resources & Supervision Resources

The ability of an organization to make effective use of the energy, time, and talents of its employees and volunteers is essential to accomplish the organization’s mission. The following resources are designed to help nonprofits establish specific policies and practices that promote cooperation and open communication among employees, volunteers, and other constituents so that they can effectively work together to advance the organization’s mission. 

Recruitment, Hiring, & Termination

Recruit the Right Employee

How to Recruit the Right Employee

Hiring Your First Employee

Hiring Your First Employee

Conducting Background Checks

Conducting Background and Reference Checks

Reduce Risk During Layoffs

Reduce Risk During Layoffs

Conducting Exit Interviews

Conducting Exit Interviews

Compensation

Compensation and Benefits

Compensation and Benefits Best Practices

Executive Compensation

Executive Compensation Best Practices

Conducting Executive Director Performance Evaluations

Conducting Executive Director Performance Evaluations

Rewards and Recognition

Rewards and Recognition

Performance Evals

Conducting Performance Evaluations

Supervisory Relations

Supervisory Relations in Times of Change

Risk Management

Maintaining Office Security and Hospitality

Maintaining Office Security and Hospitality

Preventing Workplace Fraud

Preventing Workplace Fraud

Evaluating Your Insurance Professional

Evaluating Your Insurance Professional

Getting Expert Advice

Getting Expert Advice to Reduce Nonprofit Risk

Information Technology

IT Best Practices

IT Best Practices for Nonprofits

Safe Online

Keeping Your Organization Safe Online

Telework

Benefits of Telework