You can think of guides and handbooks as tools that help you write better policies and procedures. They provide a basic framework during your policy or procedure writing process and, through examples and simple explanations, show you what a finished product should look like.
While some guides may come in the form of editable MS Word documents, others are simply eBooks that are available in PDF format. They reflect years of experience gathered by the writers and subject matter experts and provide solid, tangible advice and examples.


The Employee Handbook includes all of your important employee policies divided into four easy sections with no hassles formatting or researching basic employee policy. Download Only.

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The How to Prevent Workplace Violence Manual is a strategic planning, training, and reference tool, editable in in MS-Word, for helping you to decide what to do before, during, and after a violent event at your company.

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The Job Descriptions Guide covers communication, format, content and more. It explains how to create well-written job descriptions of your own, as well as including 87 prewritten example job descriptions.

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This How to Write Policies and Procedures writing guide (e-book) covers topics related to planning, design, development, and implementation of any procedure. It also includes important commentaries, as well as sections on style, format, revisions, and more. Download Only.

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This Embezzlement Prevention Manual offers a strategic approach to reducing losses from internal crimes. It contains an introduction to embezzlement, a detailed training program, and a reference guide to you prevent embezzlement. Download Only.

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The Guide To Internet Marketing covers the basic common, fundamental techniques that companies can use to create an Internet marketing program.

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