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The Community Action Risk Mitigation Blog Series: #4

This is the fourh in a series of Virtual CAP news feeds, which can be used to support your agency’s efforts in relation to risk mitigation and meeting the CSBG Organizational Standards – full listing of Community Action Risk Mitigation Blogs.

These resources and training materials are drawn from the Community Action Partnership’s National Training Center and the Resource Bank of the CSBG Training & Technical Assistance Resource Center.

HR Policy Pushup:

How to Pump Up

Your HR Policy and Procedures Manual


Community Action Partnership webinar recordingCommunity Action Partnership webinar recording
WMV – 57 minutes
Presenter: Debra S. Pagel, Wipfli LLP

 Full PowerPoint slides
Presentation handout
(3 slides per page)

This webinar covers the building blocks of an effective Policy and Procedures Manual, which creates the foundation of efficient HR management and execution.

Takeaways:

  • Learn the purpose and importance of a Human Resources Policy and Procedures Manual
  • The importance of Human Resources reviews/audits and when they should be conducted
  • The steps to completing a Human Resources review/audit
  • What should be included in the different sections of a Human Resources Policy and Procedure Manual

HR Policy Templates

You can use the Community Action Risk Management Portal to access more than 100 HR Policy Templates that can be customized for use by your agency – see list of templates offered.  Learn more about the Community Action Risk Management Portal if you aren’t already registered.

This publication was created by the National Association of Community Action Agencies – Community Action Partnership, in the performance of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Community Services Grant Number 90ET0428.  Any opinion, findings, and conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families.

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