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Posted on September 20, 2019

An employee handbook can be an important tool in clarifying roles, enhancing performance management, and reducing legal risk in a nonprofit organization. A clearly drafted and comprehensive employee handbook that contains policies the organization actually follows, can help ensure not only that managers, supervisors and employees understand the rules and guidelines that govern their employment, but also that the organization is in compliance with legal requirements.