The Science of Well Being in the Workplace, or How to Be Happy at Work, by Wolters Kluwer

The Science of Well Being in the Workplace, or How to Be Happy at Work is brought to you by Wolters Kluwer

Positive psychology and organizational behavioral research shows that happy workers are significantly more productive than unhappy ones. Happy workers are more likely to have good health, smooth and enriching professional and personal relationships, and meaningful impacts on the companies they work for.

This course covers the key aspects for achieving happiness at work, discusses why it is important to maintaining work motivation, and details some of the most important ways that people can achieve maximum happiness at work.

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Getting Your Board on Board with Rachel Muir, by Qgiv

Getting Your Board on Board with Rachel Muir is FREE courtesy of Qgiv

Your nonprofit can only be as effective as your board! 

Part of having an effective board is recruiting the right members and getting them up to speed. To start every member of your board off on the right foot, we partnered with Rachel Muir to create a board onboarding guide, including a free sample board agreement! Download your free copy to learn:

• How to recruit new members for your board
• 10 questions you should ask prospective board members
• How to onboard new board members and set them up for success
• And how to set clear expectations for board positions

Download the Getting Your Board on Board eBook, created in partnership with Rachel Muir, for helpful tips to build the board of your dreams!

Armed Intruder Security Checklist, by Church Mutual

Armed Intruder Security Checklist is FREE courtesy of Church Mutual

It’s impossible to know what the future holds, but planning can help you prepare. Our Armed Intruder Security Checklist will bring to your attention areas of vulnerability that should be addressed to help protect against armed intruders.

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Reference Check Form, by Church Mutual

Reference Check Form is FREE courtesy of Church Mutual

Part of the employee or volunteer application and screening process may include a reference check. Send this form to the references specified by potential employees and volunteers to make sure that they are up for the job and will act with integrity, helping to further your mission.

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Driver Checklist, by Church Mutual

Driver Checklist is FREE courtesy of Church Mutual

Your employees’ or volunteers’ duties might involve operating vehicles. Provide and review with them this safety checklist, which details steps to take prior to starting a trip, driving tips while on the road, and what to do in case of an accident. On this checklist, you’ll also find a place to note emergency telephone numbers, as well as a spot to track mileage.

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Parent/Guardian Consent Form, by Church Mutual

As a leader of a church or other house of worship, you might have the opportunity to plan and facilitate fun activities for the children of your organization. Use this form to receive written consent from a parent or guardian, and to learn whether their child requires special care or should be excluded from certain activities.

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Authorization & Request for Criminal Records, by Church Mutual

Authorization & Request for Criminal Records is FREE courtesy of Church Mutual

Volunteers and employees are a reflection of your organization and, ultimately, your organization is responsible for the well-being of those they serve. This means that potential volunteers and employees should be carefully vetted. Use this form to ask them for authorization to obtain their fingerprints and/or request information about their criminal history.

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Inspection and Maintenance Log for Parking Lots and Sidewalks, by Church Mutual


Inspection and Maintenance Log for Parking Lots and Sidewalks is FREE courtesy of Church Mutual

Following a snowfall, do you know when to shovel, how much to shovel, and how to salt or sand? This resource answers these questions in its “Snow Removal Tips” section. It also includes a maintenance log that allows you or another member of your organization to track your snow removal efforts.

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Building/Facility Use Agreement, by Church Mutual

Building/Facility Use Agreement is FREE courtesy of Church Mutual

At some point, you may be asked if your facility could be used to host any number of community groups or events. However, before you agree to share your building with an outside group, ask them to sign this use agreement: a legal contract that protects your organization from liability while still allowing you to open your doors to the community.

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