As employers, chambers must keep up with state and federal government mandates normally set for small businesses and sometimes specifically for non-profits. But that leaves a lot of room for other policies and procedures chamber managers have found helpful in running their organizations.
Board Approved Policies 2015 - The Billings Chamber of Commerce (Mont.) policy document includes membership policies, fiscal policies, and other policies such as mailing list agreement, conference center usage, and conflict of interest.
Policy Manual - Vail Valley Partnership (Colo.); see Section 2 for VVP's Results Oriented Work Environment (ROWE) which involves a cultural shift away from managing by the 40-hour, 8am to 5pm workweek and toward giving employees more autonomy and control about where and when they work.