Employee Handbook

Help Uptown Tenderloin, Inc. improve transparency and accountability with clarified rights, policies, and other expectations in a new or revised employee handbook.
Uptown Tenderloin, Inc.
San Francisco, CA, USA
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What We Need
  • Audit of existing Employee Handbook, or internal communications regarding employment policies
  • Edit or creation of a new Employee Handbook, which may include any of the following: Standards of Conduct, Work Schedules, Leave Policies, Termination Policies, Safety and Security, Anti-Discrimination policies, Compensation and Benefits policies, any Non-Disclosure Agreements or Conflict of Interest statements that may apply, and any other pertinent information
Additional Details

Hello! We have an employee handbook that needs a serious update. We have made changes to a few of our policies including paid family leave and need these changes reflected in our handbook.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have an employee handbook, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have a list of changes we'd like to make, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $2,430 , allowing us to continue to produce free or sliding scale events for the Tenderloin community in San Francisco.

We need our employee handbook to reflect our internal policies and also be compliant with the city of San Francisco's new regulations. Completing this project is of the upmost importance to us!

Project Plan

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Prep: Distribution of Prep Materials
  • Volunteer Manager provides Professional with existing Employee Handbook (if applicable), internal communications regarding employment policies and any other employment policies in place that may not be clearly communicated
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Milestone 1: Audit of Existing Policies
  • Professional reviews existing materials, and asks any clarifying questions
  • Professional identifies any existing policies that should be modified
  • Professional identifies any new policies or areas that should be addressed and included
  • Volunteer Manager provides feedback
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Milestone 2: Outline of Handbook
  • Professional drafts a detailed outline
  • Professional incorporates Volunteer Manager’s feedback
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Milestone 3: Writing & Delivery of Handbook
  • Professional drafts the Employee Handbook
  • Volunteer Manager provides any additional feedback
  • Volunteer Manager delivers final draft
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About The Org

Uptown Tenderloin, Inc.
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Our Mission

The Tenderloin Museum celebrates the rich history of one of San Francisco's most overlooked neighborhoods. Through history exhibitions, resident-led walking tours, community programs, and the presentation of original artwork, the Tenderloin Museum invites all comers to reclaim our city's past and future. The Tenderloin Museum highlights the pioneering activism and fierce resistance woven deeply into the story of our 31-square blocks. All are welcome to join us in telling its story. The mission of Uptown Tenderloin, dba Tenderloin Museum, is to offer educational, artistic, and charitable activities that support the neighborhood's current vibrancy, future potential, and enhanced economic development.

What We Do

As a museum aiming to explore and amplify the untold stories of a long-marginalized neighborhood, the strong engagement of the Tenderloin community has been core to TLM's vision and practice. One of the few affordable places left in the city, the Tenderloin is home to one of San Francisco's highest populations of low- and moderate-income people, a large LGBTQ population, and an incredibly diverse racial/ethnic population - more than 30% of the area's residents are foreign-born and the majority are non-white. TLM aims to make visible the stories of these residents and their predecessors, and it has found success in engaging many of the neighborhood's communities.

TLM offers an average of one arts program each week that illuminates the Tenderloin's fascinating history and involves its vibrant community in exploring and interpreting its roots. These programs, which take shape at the intersection of art, history, and community, not only show off our neighborhood - they also bring thousands of visitors to the area, who support local businesses, and spread the word about our thriving corner of San Francisco. We are proud to anchor a cultural corridor that grows bigger and more diverse each year.

Located within a dense and robust network of activists, artists, social service workers, and clients, TLM actively creates opportunities of solidarity through which Tenderloin residents can become involved, individually and institutionally. Most frequently, TLM features its neighbors as performers, visual artists, authors or speakers. TLM also places value on the expertises of neighboring partner organizations and consistently fosters collaborative relationships that result in shared programming and enhanced outreach efforts. TLM is a multi-faceted museum and repository of cultural memory that respects, welcomes, and cultivates diversity in all its forms.

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