Have You: Developed Good Intern Policies?

When I was an undergrad, one of the requirements of my degree was completing an internship.  I remember spending a fair amount of time searching through hundreds of internship openings, trying to find the perfect one. Luckily, I was able to find a great internship at the last minute.  But there was no coffee fetching […]

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Be Careful What You Ask For In Employee Handbooks, You Just Might Get It

It seems like I”ve been writing alot about labor issues recently, but this particular case interested me. And it poses an interesting dilemma seeing as how what this case involves is a typical practice. A Texas employer disseminated an employee handbook and a separate arbitration policy. Sent over email, the employee handbook attempted to bind […]

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Have You: Created a Board Handbook?


A few weeks ago I wrote a riveting post (it was) on why organizations should have board handbooks. Now, here’s a few tips and resources to help make that reality a little easier. Even if you already have a handbook, it never hurts to fine-tune it from time to time….. Your board is likely comprised […]

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5 Reasons Why You Should Have A Board Handbook

Five reasons why your non-profit should have a board handbook.

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