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.
Employee Handbook - Longview Chamber of Commerce (Texas) - includes section on workplace violence
Employees & Conflict of Interest Policies
Employee Handbook 2017 - Michigan West Coast Chamber of Commerce - includes handling employee competing work interests/conflict of interest.
Conflict of Interest Form - Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce (Va.) - addresses competing interests whether an employee or board member.
Board Approved Policies 2017 - 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.
Chamber Talent Attraction Program - Greater Louisville Inc. (Ky.) has created a culture where top talent thrives through flexible and human-centered work options. Article by Kent Oyler, Chamber Executive magazine (Summer 2017)
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. See this blog post, Work Hard, Play Hard for more information on VVP's Results Oriented Work Environment (ROWE).