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Community College Model Employee Handbook

Easily customize your employee handbook to reflect local policy and practices with HR Services Community College Employee Handbook.

The HR Services Community College Employee Handbook will help you set the right tone for your workplace. You can adapt this carefully researched text to reflect local policy and practices that meet the distinct needs of your community college.  

An employee handbook not only sets guidance and rules, it's also integral to setting the overall tone for your workplace. HR Services produces a Model Employee Handbook (MEH) exclusively for its community college members to customize.  The handbook is designed to provide resource material related to the development of a localized employee handbook in an easy-to-use, adaptable format. 

The sample text provided in the community college handbook is intended to reflect typical policies and procedures and is for resource purposes only. Text should be carefully edited and revised to create an employee handbook that accurately reflects local policy, practices, and climate. Because of the complex and unique nature of personnel policies and practices and the potential for litigation, HR Services strongly encourages involvement of local counsel in the review of the employee handbook. 

Developed To Be Customized 

The complete model handbook and the editable version are designed to be used together. The complete handbook includes commentary to help users research policies and practices, adapt the text to meet local needs, and identify issues and additional information for consideration. 


The editable version is formatted to support accessibility for individuals with disabilities. 

Membership Information

HR Services Membership

TASB HR Services supports HR leadership with a singular mission to meet school districts’ unique needs for human capital information, data, and guidance.

TASB Associate Membership

Associate Members consist of shared service arrangements, community colleges, and central appraisal districts.