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October 02, 2014
Develop a Plan Before Developing Your Nonprofit’s Future Leaders
September 29, 2014
The 6 Signs of a Highly Engaged Employee
September 28, 2014
EAP and Performance Issues
September 24, 2014
Emergency Succession Planning: Is your nonprofit ready to stop, drop and roll?
September 24, 2014
The ABCs of Ethics in the Workplace
September 22, 2014
10 Ways to Avoid Costly Employee Turnover
September 19, 2014
The Harsh Yet Necessary Step Toward Nonprofit Growth
September 17, 2014
HR Question: Can we transfer a sub-par employee?
September 16, 2014
How to Create a Smooth Transition for You and Your New Hire
September 09, 2014
HR Question: Can the board request payroll info?
September 07, 2014
Employers’ Time to Fill Open Positions is Taking Longer than Ever
September 01, 2014
HR Question: Can FMLA be used for frequent bathroom breaks?
August 28, 2014
HR Question: Terminating Employees for Past Mistakes
August 26, 2014
Think You’re Ready to Hire More Employees? Read This First.
August 22, 2014
UST Infographic: How Nonprofits Are Saving Millions With UST
August 20, 2014
Is Your Nonprofit Falling Prey to These 5 Common Myths?
August 19, 2014
HR Question: Putting the Supervisor’s Name in an Offer Letter
Q: Is there a reason to have a supervisor’s name in an offer letter? In other words, is an offer letter that only lists a new hire’s supervisor as a title acceptable?
A: There is no definite reason to have a supervisor's name on an offer letter or any requirement to have the title on the document either.
The intent of the offer letter is to welcome the new hire and to ensure that the new hire has all of the information s/he will need regarding the terms and conditions of employment. If, in your environment, putting the supervisor's name on the document does not make sense, then feel free to leave it off the document.
We do recommend, however, that you do include a contact person that the new employee can go to for questions about the position or for any assistance the new employee may need.
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August 14, 2014
How an Effective Hiring Team can Recruit Top-Notch Employees
August 11, 2014
HR Question: Implementing a Mandatory Retirement Age
August 08, 2014
Congratulations to the Nonprofits Honored as a Part of The Nonprofit Times Power & Influence Top 50
August 07, 2014
Spotlight on New Jersey: Reducing Improper Payments and Unemployment Benefit Collection Fraud
August 06, 2014
HR Question: HR Professional and Personal Liability
August 05, 2014
How to Get Your Employees on Board with Organizational Change
August 04, 2014
4 Things Your Nonprofit Must Know About Unemployment Insurance
July 25, 2014
HR Question: Monitoring Conflict Between Employees
July 24, 2014
Budget Today, Succeed Tomorrow
July 22, 2014
HR Question: Definition of Hostile Work Environment
July 17, 2014
Do Teams Trump Individuals?