Is your nonprofit too small to have a human resources department?
Small nonprofits have limited staff and some of those wear multiple hats so adding HR responsibilities to their duties may mean performance reviews aren’t a top priority. Part of the difficulty is that nonprofit managers simply don’t have the will to perform unpleasant tasks, like telling someone in their employ how poorly they are doing.
Performance reviews are tough and time consuming, but postponing until a crisis occurs is problematic. Marilynn Fauth will provide resources and examples of the employee assessment process which you may find useful in your nonprofit.
Topics to be covered:
Where to find federal and state labor laws;
record keeping obligations from the EEOC;
the value of self-evaluation forms;
elements of a successful assessment process;
what questions are appropriate and
the best practices in nonprofit HR.
Come to this information session to learn and share your experiences with your nonprofit colleagues! Register for this free program here.
23rd @ 4pm programs are held on the 23rd of every month where the date falls during the work week. They are intended to introduce information in an informal setting in one hour or less and are perfect forums for networking with, and learning from, others in the sector.